This question has been answered before in that FortiGate requires one to
maintain identical licensing in an HA pair. So my question is more
specific. What happens if you don't? I am fine if the secondary
[non-licensed] device gets promoted to primary...
Not sure what forum this belongs in so please move if this isn't the
right place. Looking for any articles, cookbook recipes, papers,
thoughts, etc. on FortiGate best practices for two tier setups. One set
will be FortiGate(s), but the other has to b...
ede_pfau wrote:So helpful. Thanks for the sermon which I specifically
asked respondents to not post.If you don't want to hear what others
think then don't ask. I didn't ask to hear that, I specifically stated
so in my request. I assume since you resp...
Kenundrum wrote:We decided to go with different support/replacement
terms to save some money on our renewals for HA. The primary unit has
24x7 with best available time for replacement, the secondary units have
8x5 with slower hardware replacement ter...
ede_pfau wrote:We're talking about an essential service for a
professional network here. Apparently the firewall's function is so
important to you (or your business) that you decide to buy a second FGT
and protect your network 24/7, no matter what ha...
Well, the best answer for 2. is it depends. Most companies will not need
a two tier setup. However, we are classified as a Tier 4 by NIST CSF
which is what HITRUST uses. So yes, my company has a regulatory
requirement for a two tier firewall setup an...
1: Maybe. I was really just looking for people who have been through
this setup and see what experiences they could relate when they lived
through their environment. 2: That is what our HITRUST auditor told us
although I am getting information second...