I've noticed my traffic logs have not been updating in Forticloud since
this ~6:45 this morning. I'm also not seeing any traffic in the GUI ->
Forward Traffic beyond this time. Using diag deb app miglogd -1 I can
see the below output: __log_task_appe...
I'm having issues configuring a split DNS server on a Fortigate 60D
(5.2.2). This will be for a remote branch office with no local DNS
server. The goal is to have DNS requests first query a public server
(18.104.22.168), then query the internal server (10....
I'm hoping for a bit of advice from the experts, as I'm fairly stuck
with an SSL VPN issue. I'm running a 100D on 5.2.2 with SSL VPN
authenticating via a Windows RADIUS server. Symptoms:User will connect
either via the SSL web portal or SSL client, c...
I'm hoping someone can provide some advice on file system issues I've
got on a 60D running 5.2.2. We use this firewall solely for a redundant
IPSec VPN tunnel that sees very little activity, and as such it
currently has no active support subscription...
Hi, I'm hoping for a bit of advice, as the users here have been
extremely helpful to me in the past. I'm planning to replace an aging
windows DHCP server on one of our sites that is currently unmanaged.
Unfortunately we inherited this network from an...
This turns out to be a bug, that should be patched in v5.4.2 as advised
by Fortinet support. Their responses below: For now we need to enable
Disk log and use "Store and forward" as workaround for Cloud to work.
Engineering will fix this in 5.4.2 fir...
I've now experienced this issue on a 100D. Seems this is a known issue
caused by excessive writing, Fortigate have advised here:
https://support.fortinet....lletin.aspx?section=46 Wish I'd known this
before enabling disk logging for the last 12 month...
I came across the "unknown-0" interface when I created a new VLAN. I
have a Fortigate 60D running both DHCP & DNS server. The DNS server was
set to use the 'internal' interface. When I created the new VLAN, the
DHCP settings on the new VLAN interface...
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