Okay, it's a bit of a long shot, but I have a Fortigate 600c at home
running FortiOS 5.6. All licenses for Forticare IPS etc have expired. I
have SD-WAN enabled, Virtual IPs configured for my locally hosted
websites and server connections. Everything...
Hi, I'm having an issue with establishing an FTP connection through my
Fortigate 600c running FortiOS 5.4. I have the Session Helper
configured:set name ftpset protocol 6set port 21 And a policy
configured:set name "Internet to FTP Server"set srcintf...
Hi, First time poster here, so hopefully I got the most appropriate
thread. I have just purchased a Fortigate 600c firewall to route my home
office network to the internet. I have two ISPs and am on a 1Gb plan
with both of them. When I connect the ba...
ede_pfau wrote:I would have checked first if this phenomenon is
connected to the WAN port and/or protocols.Please run a performance test
between 2 hosts on your LAN, both with GbE ports, AV disabled. I usually
use iperf for this as the same exe-file ...
tanr wrote: BTW, before you spend too much time testing, is your ISP
guaranteeing the 1Gbps speed? I know in my area residential 1Gbps is
usually nowhere near its advertised speed and can vary wildly, whereas
my 1Gbps fiber business line has (suppose...
tanr wrote:Shot in the dark, but does your security policy for FTP have
NAT turned on? Well ... no. But I marked your post as helpful as it was
the most helpful response. I have found the problem and I'm feeling
rather silly. The Server firewall was ...
An update if it helps anyone help me resolve this issue. Even if the
services in the policy are set to "All" I still can't get a connection.
VIPs for other services (such as Http/Https etc) work, fine, but this
indicates there might be something wron...
tanr wrote:Also, what UTM features do you have turned on, and are you
running in flow-based or proxy-based mode? Just want to make sure that
you're not killing your perf with certain UTM features. For example, the
600C specs only show 400 Mbps throug...
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