Just to give my 15h experience of being that stupid to upgrade both from
5.6.13 to 6.0.X (30D) and 6.2.X (30E) in short words as possible: -->
<-- So, that was it. Now, both are back with 5.6.13, I am lacking 15h of
my life time now, wasted (as I fol...
Hello! I would like to access the following url: www.heise.de But I
would like to block all subfolders/subdirectories, like
www.heise.de/forum, www.heise.de/forum/startseite etc. The site is
https, I have a Fortigate 30d with latest 5.8 fw, webfilter...
Hello! Quick questions for personal info: as I thought, acc. to
datasheet, that IPsec on a Fortigate50b should be 5x times faster than
the SSL VPN, I did manage to install IPSEC VPN. Unfortunately, both have
the same speed. Mbit data is 15mbit both s...
Good Day! In my Fortigate 50b, with v4.0,build0656,130211 (MR3 Patch
12), I have enabled the blocking of certain website, in detail: some
websites for Hbbtv and also some other sites. So. as I can see the
number (not the sites!) in the Menu UTM Profi...
I did exactly this, following the upgrade path version by version. 6.4
is not made for 30E, with 6.2 is, as I know, finish for 30E. My firewall
itself is not as critical as some others, only 3 clients and some vpn,
nothing more. NYWAY, i feel as I am...
NickBurns wrote: I'm running a FortiWiFi 30E with OS 6.2.1. We upgraded
all of our FortiGates from 6.0.4 to 6.2.1 a couple months ago (this is
the only 30E we have). I just had an incident today where users
connected to the 30E couldn't reach the Int...
Thx for your answer. So, as I can see from your answer, it should not be
possible with simple url filter (simple, regex oder wildcard), right? I
can also see, that ssl deep inspection is needed. I know, not difficult
to implement, but in my case, too...
pcraponi wrote: Fortigate has no CPU dedicated to Log/disk usage. So,
the I/O speed of a remote USB/disk will affect all Firewall
performance... It's the architecture, not business policy. Others
vendors, like Palo Alto (), can do it because they hav...
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