Hi all, sometimes you have a routing problem on a system behind a remote
firewall. For example someone forgot the correct ip route or there is a
type in the address of the router/firewall. Even if you use IPv6 the
typo happens fast With IPv4 that's n...
Hello,our FortiGate is providing SSLVPN with split tunnel dialin (IPv4
only). Works fine, but got an user complain it doesn't work if the
client-network is behind a NAT64 gateway (like it can be a Fortigate,
too). The FortiClient VPN is counting up t...
Hello, I want to access one internal IPv6 server connecting a public
IPv4 address. The plan is the Fortigate does nat46 by terminating the
incomming IPv4 connection and translating the TCP-data to a IPv6
connection to the IPv6 server. I configured " ...
Hello nbctcp,I found the question you wrote several months ago. If you
still have the question, I try to give a few answers. Maybe someone else
will read this and solve an issue... Short answers for the questions:1.
# diagnose ipv6 address list you g...
rwpatterson wrote:....126.96.36.199.4.1.123188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206 = SSL VPN
active tunnels.220.127.116.11.4.1.12318.104.22.168.22.214.171.124 = SSL VPN active
users...Additional information:The .1 at the end of OIDs is the index of
the vDom, in this case root vDom. if you ha...
Hello Kingdaddee,yes, we have a public signed certificate on our
Fortigate, too.In your case we used a linux computer with openssl tools,
created a private key, created a CSR (certificate signing request) and
ordered with this CSR a public signed cer...