Hi community, I have upgraded an active/standby cluster of two
FortiGates, but the process is the opposite that what I thought. The
cluster HA override setting is disabled, so the uptime takes precedence
over the firewall priority. This is my initial...
Hi everyone, If I understand well, Web filter gives you more control
over the things you can allow or block, in addition you don't need to
use the FortiGuard DNS servers, so you don't have this limitation. Then,
my question is, why do you need DNS fi...
Hi community, Can anyone help me about the procedure how to upgrade a
FortiGate 60D from 5.2.3 to 6.4.8. I have taken a look at the Upgrade
Path Tool, but it doesn't show either 5.2.3 nor 6.4.8. Any ideas?
Hi community, I have found this in Fortinet documentation: Replacement
Messages for HTTP-based Applications allows you to replace blocked
content with an explanation (for the user's benefit). With
non-HTTP/HTTPS applications, however, you can only dr...
Hi community, I know the inspection mode is how FortiGate scans the
traffic in a firewall policy. Flow-based is like looking at the TCP flow
or taking snapshots of the traffic, and in proxy-based mode FortiGate
intercepts the traffic like a man-in-th...
Hi Yuri, Very well explained. I thought DNS filtering needs to use
FortiGuard DNS servers because it must use FortiGuard DNS service for
DNS lookups, but I understand the FortiGate redirect DNS queries to
FortiGuard DNS servers.On the other hand, doe...
Hi everyone, Old post but I am wondering the same. If I understand well,
Web filter gives you more control over the things you can allow or
block, in addition you don't need to use the FortiGuard DNS servers, so
you don't have this limitation. Then, ...
Hi Akshay, Last question. Now I have some security profiles which are
flow-based and others that are proxy-based. When I upgrade from 5.2.13
to 5.4.10 (according to the upgrade path tool), how will the system
inspection mode be? Because in version 5....
Hi Akshay, Why can't I go from 5.2.3 to 5.2.5 directly and I can go from
5.2.5 to 5.2.7, and from 5.2.7 to 5.2.9 directly? This is not indicated
in the document for upgrading legacy OS. According to FortiOS 5.2.5
Release Notes: "FortiOS version 5.2.5...
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