Hi guys,I hope you can help me as I am just too dumb right now. My setup
looks like the following:2 sites, both with a Fortigate for WAN
connectivity and between the sites are 2 L3 devices connecting the sites
with eachother. Site1 has Area 0 and oth...
Hi guys,I was looking for a solution for connecting multiple Dial-Up
Fortigates to the HQ using a single VPN-Interface on the HQ-Site with
OSPF and almost found it here:
problem is t...
Hi guys,I have my main FGT which has area 0.0.0.0 and some other areas
which are connected to other sites via OSPF.When I am directly connected
to a subnet which lies in area 0.0.0.0 I can access everything, also I
see that every route is propagated ...
Hello all,i have a strange thing going on here and I cannot help myself
and need some help. I have my main FGT where I want to connect 2 DialUp
FGTs. I have 2 different Dial-Up VPNs on my main with 2 different tunnel
interfaces with different IPs and...
Hello there, I have 3 sites, A,B,C. A and C with public IP, B behind
NAT. I have set up a Site-to-Site VPN between A and B, A and C and B and
C. So far so good, I can work with all sites when I am in one of the
local subnets. But now, I want to work ...
Hi Toshi,well thats completely right. I now have changed my areas into
NSSAs and I can get into the internet via the backup route (when my
Fortigate disconnects its WAN port). But now I need my default-route
from my local fortigate (NSSA 10.207.0.0) ...
Hi, thanks for the anwsers. So no, I dont have the same subnets. They
are 10.0.1.0/24, 10.10.1.0/24, and 10.20.1.0/24. The thing is, if I am
on site, I am in the same subnet as I am when connected via Forticlient
and then everything works fine. So i ...