Hi , since we migrated to a Fortigate solution, I have been having some
issues with connecting to outbound FTP servers. Currently, I have an
issue with 2 government entities that require us to upload information
to their systems. One uses plain FTP(i...
Hi, I have a pair of 1500D(A/P) connecting to our ISP using BGP and seem
to be having some routing issues. We have bizarre reports of emails
bouncing, web servers being unreachable for some external parties but
not all... The reason I think it might ...
Hi, I've come across a website that one of our department uses and since
our migration to the new firewall, can't access. After a little bit of
troubleshooting, I noticed that if I add a specific rule from my
internal LAN to the specific website IP a...
Hi guys, I am having consistent logs every 5-10 minutes : 10:13:34 The
member(1) stops receiving new sessions for too much traffic. Virtual WAN
Link volume status10:13:34 The member(1)resume receiving new sessions
for internal adjustment. Virtual WAN...
Hi all, Recently moved to production on the 1500D and things are going
smoothly and well. One thing I noticed when I implemented the VPN
portion was that a local account doesn't seem to have a check to ''Users
must change their password on first logo...
Yeah so basically, I created a VIP with an external public IP I own that
translates to a specific computer and that port forwards a range from
2000-2100. This solution only works for 1 user though, but in my case,
that single user/computer is what I ...
So quick update, the FTPs connection would simply not complete with our
external party. Most likely using an archaic server of some sort that
simply will not work with a session-helper and needs port-forwarding.
Although myself and the engineer did n...
Hi oheigl, so it is still ongoing as we ''fixed'' part of the issue, but
FTPs remains impossible to connect. As far as FTP, I think you were spot
on. As the engineer got familiar with my setup, he noticed that I was
using an SD-WAN connection and usi...
Yeah I noticed that too for the LAN ports. As far as the WAN interfaces,
they are from the same provider, but going to different locations for
redundancy. Different Subnet and Gateway completely. It is any type of
FTP. I'm trying FTP, FTPs, SFTP... B...
Thanks for the quick response. Here is the output of the trace You can
ignore the 10.15.1.246 as it is a different application connecting to
that same FTP server(government server being used for more than just
FTP). To give you a little bit of config...
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