Previously on FortiAp 6.2 I could easily turn on and off the LEDs on the
Now after flashing my FortiAP-221E to (v7.0-build00...
Is it possible to. Open 443 on an ip adress through a fortigate (yes
:-)) to an nginx server. To then have that nginx server serving several
urls and lets encrypt to a webserver(s). And then the magic: to have a
url eg. vpn.domain.com serving back to...
On a Fortigate 60E with v6.2.3 - build1066 I have 3 FAP-221C FortiAP's
successfully "connected". Thus 3 AP's have a fortiprofile connected to
them and are working and having clients etc. Now when I want to connect
a 4th FAP-221C I have issues. Whatev...
1 out of 3 221C APs has radio 2 with 3 ssids on 5 ghz. No client are
connected (they cant because ssids are not seen there). The channel
utilisation is99% ans client count 0. NOTHING helps... what can be
Since FOS6.2 we all know Fortinet skipped the device policies (using
devices in policies), don't know why but... On top of this I have this
issue to not be able to create DHCP reservations. I still can as I was
used to "mark" a device by double click...
Hi, wanted to give this another push. Since my original question was not
so successfully answered.I have tried to change the ssl vpn port to
8443. (management to 10443 first). Instantly I cannot longin to ssl vpn
from KPN 4G mobile. Changing back to ...
Hi ken Felix, thank you very much for taking the time to resond to my
question! Of course it makes sense that the widely accepted port for SSL
and https is 443. other ports are just "workarounds" and possibly not
enabled in a guest network (hence my ...
OMG... just was away from home... suddenly no mail on primary mx
record... not able to get to webserver, no ssl vpn, nothing... but some
"cloud" device were still available... very strange... upon reaching
home: Everything works fine internally (not ...
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