Description This article describes how to use the diag traffictest
command to check the transfer speed between the FortiAP and a Wireless
client. Often it can be tempting to simply use an online 'Speed Check'
tool to try to measure Wireless speed, ho...
Description This article describes why an Interface set in PPPoE mode
will display a different MTU size to the explicitly set MTU. Scope
FortiGate. Solution An MTU can be explicitly set on an interface (as
shown below), however the displayed MTU size...
Description This article describes an issue whereby the Fortinet Botnet
Domain Database will not automatically update and describes a solution
to resolve this issue. Scope All Fortinet Firewalls. Solution
Occasionally a situation arises whereby the F...
Description This article describes an issue that may be encountered when
configuring a Virtual Wire Pair on a Fortigate firewall whereby tagged
VLAN traffic (dot1Q) is not allowed to pass. Scope All FortiGates.
Solution If tagged VLAN traffic is to p...
Hi Dennis, Each interface needs a firewall policy to permit the traffic
that goes across it. If Internet works on one VLAN but not another, then
you probably just need to create another firewall policy to allow it,
try cloning your existing working p...
Hi there, While not an answer to your question, assuming you are using
SSLVPN try enabling DTLS to improve performance. You'll need to enable
it in the FortiClient's settings 'prefer DTLS', (and should be enable by
default on the Fortigate side). Bas...
Hi there, Regarding your first questions, yes there is an option to wait
until you 'commit' a transaction, like other vendors. It's referred to
as 'workspace' mode. You need to turn it on first. To use workspace
mode:Start workspace mode:execute conf...
Hi there,[ol]I don't want to know deep details, but, what are the main
differences between them? The Fortinet documentation doesn't mention
these main differences, just says FortiWLC is desired for complex
designs.[/ol]FortiWLC - this is the ex Meru ...
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