Hi. I recently replaced a FGT 200E (running 5.6.x) with a FGT 201F
(6.2.x) where I lightly modified the configuration.The new firewall
(201F running 6.2.7) now shows high cpu usage on one alternating core.
CLI and diagnose sys top showsRun Time: 0 da...
Hi. I manage something like 10 sites that each have a fortigate fw, a dc
that replicate with the rest of the sites, a wireless nettwork
(cisco/aerohive/meru), an nps at each site. The users are mainly tree
groupsadminteachersstudents Teachers are abl...
Hi! I've soon gonna put four 200D firewall into production, but before I
put them there I though why not test / lab a little features that I that
easily can't lab with my 30D home fw. So any suggestions of topics to
what I should try and learn? So fa...
Hi! I'm trying to crack the code behind this Fortigate, and must admit
I'm not there yet.Given the schematic below, how do I get a public IP
behind a fortigate in NAT mode without adding a second transparent
I've got the following setup that I want to accomplish: I've managed to
successfully setup this if I use physical (port1, port2 etc) and assign
them to the different vdoms, but I'm trying to set this up so that the
Wan for the VDOM NAT and the WAN fo...
Hi. I'm waiting on Fortinet to create a new firmware. Seems to be a bug.
Its possible to disable FSSO polling and or change the ports that fsso
usesconfig system fsso-polling set listening-port <8400> config user
fsso set port <8400>Referance:
I'm having a couple of fortigate firewalls(100D/200D) running some
businesses, and was considering to check out the FortiAPs instead of
what the Ap's we got now, but this thread doesn't look very promising...
What are your current firmware, could it be that you have a too old
firmware to go straigt to 5.2.2? How about skipping 5.2.2 and go
straight to 5.2.3? The oldest supported to upgrade from is 5.0.10 if you
upgrade to 5.3.3 You can download the firmwa...
Really thanks for all your answers! So why do I want't this? Well, it's
a learning by doing, one has to fail (or learn by others faults) to get
the knowledge of why and how. And I do agree that subnet overlapping
doesn't sound like a good idea. I jus...
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