Hello all, We have one Fortigate 60D configured with some VIP to our
internal service and this is working ok. All services are using IPv4,
including our SIP server.Recently I configured IPv6 to all our services,
using NAT64 and VIP (ipv6). All servic...
Hi guys, Our Fortigate 60 D is with one more strange behavior. When I
click on System->Fortiguard the AV definition version is very old, as
show: AV Definitions Version 28.00280 AV Engine Version 5.00234 But when
I run in CLI the command "diag autoup...
Hi guys, I'm facing a problem here. I'm really stuck with this. Our
Fortigate (60D) is working perfect with 5.4.1 FortiOS version. We're
using SSL VPN with a Wildcard certificate issued by COMODO, all are ok.
This is the good side of the history. The...
Hi guys, I'm testing FortiOS 5.4.1, great OS and as expected, buggy.
When I open google.com website, web filter is blocking with Proxy
Avoidance category: Category 59Category Description Proxy
AvoidanceThreat Level highDirection outgoingEvent Type ft...
Hi, We have one Fortigate 100D at our datacenter. Since it was installed
we used ssl vpn but from one month to now Fortigate drops the connection
and reconnect with in 2 seconds. Logs don't show nothing just the
information about disconnection and re...
Hi, If you created your geo rule to your internal nic, wan will continue
to accept connections from anywhere. Try to create a local-in policy
using CLI to protect access to your WAN interface. config firewall
local-in-policy edit set policyid set
Hello Emnoc, how are you? It's because we want to add a second factor of
authentication, like OpenVPN do, for example. Of course, we could use
FortiToken to do this but would be expensive. With individual
certificates, like in that cookbook article a...
Sorry Condor, I misread your original post. You are already sending your
logs do syslog. Try to run those commands: # this will show stats about
log creationdiag log kernel-stats # this will create some testing
logsdiag log test and run diag log kern...
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