We have a large transfer that we are sending through our FortiGate but
it always fails because the sessions are getting dropped on the
firewall. We are using MSP360 to transfer to Backblaze (B2). The backups
are broken into different jobs with the la...
Before I start, I want to clarify that the remote iPerf server I’m
testing against is on a 10Gbps link. I have a Fortigate 61F with the
wan2 interface connected to a 1Gbps (synchronous) Internet connection.
If I run an iPerf test from that interface,...
Hi everyone! I don’t have much of a wireless background so I’d like to
get some recommendations on which AP would best suit me. I recently
bought a ForiWiFi 61F with hopes of using it to replace my ASA 5506-X
and failing access point (AP1142N) but I ...
I hope I didn't get bamboozled on this rather expensive home firewall.
The specs show that the WiFi supports 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac but it looks
like there's only one radio in the unit so you have to pick between
either 2.4 -or- 5 GHz. Is this correct or ...
I wanted to post a followup to this because disabling the TCP-SYN
requirement for the policy seems to have done the trick. We've had more
than 100TB pass through the firewall on this policy and there have not
been any more errors. Since that policy o...
Thank you for the suggestions! I don't have SD-WAN enabled, but I did
find the articles talking about SD-WAN in conjunction with the "no
session matched" errors. I think Graham is on the right track and that
the backup software is attempting to re-us...
This is a very small site, and east-west traffic happens during the day.
The Internet transfers happen at midnight when nobody is here (and there
is no traffic on the network). For my testing, I did them with no other
traffic (or negligible traffic) ...
Thank you both Graham, and Rachel for your suggestions! The default
protocol for iPerf is TCP (unless you specify -u) but I did verify that
the remote server was started using TCP (the remote server is actually
an Exfo MAX-880 tester). I did test dif...
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