Hello Folks! I'm in the process of setting up a second datacenter, and
I'd like to ensure that all possible ISP connections can be used to
receive email. The final plan will be to have two Fortimail units, two
Exchange servers, and that regardless of...
Hello folks! First off, I'm sure I've done something wrong, fully
willing to admit it. I very recently upgraded to a Fortigate 60C from a
60B (Boss gave it to me for training purposes) and I had no issues with
port forwarding on the older unit. Worke...
Hello folks, First I apologize for my lack of knowledge on these things,
I'm still learning on how to properly configure Fortigate products.I've
set up a IPSec VPN to my home media server using a Fortigate 60-B
running FortiOS v4.0,build0688,140709 (...
Hello! I am experimenting with an older Fortigate 60B (running FortiOS
4.0 MR3, Patch 15) that my boss gave me and I' m trying to learn how to
setup an SSL VPN. I found a few videos on how to configure the unit to
do web filtering for remote clients ...
ashukla wrote: Let's see the wireshark capture. Alrighty, so Wireshark
is confirming that there are some packets traveling, and for some
reason, it's now all working. I'm running into an issue with the
duckdns, but when I go to the IP it's all workin...
Installing Wireshark as I write this, but never run it before. Fingers
crossed! There are no firewalls of any kind running on this. I'm only
running MSSE for AV as the server is fairly insignificant. The game
server works great when I point a game cl...
ashukla wrote: From the sniffer output it is very clear that firewall is
doing dnat and sending it the the pc inside.I highly suspect personal
firewalll in pc blocking it.Run wireshark on internal pc and check. I've
disabled the Windows Firewall on t...
emnoc wrote:Your output is for UDP is this vip-forward doing udp and
tcp? Also do you have the correct fwpolicies and port(s) Yep, it's UDP
on the port in question. I opened up a port for an FTP server on the
same computer under TCP, so I then create...
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