Hello.Is there a way to FortiGate logs to a second or third syslog
server, syslogd2 or syslogd3? I don't see how to do that in the 5.4 web
console or CLI. It seems that 5.2 had that
How can I determine if a site will play nice with FortiGate SSL full
inspection? SSL inspection works well for us most of the time, but we
will occasionally happen upon sites which do not seem to respond during
SSL protocol negotiations. I'm wonderin...
I cannot find the reference right now, but I thought I had read
somewhere that FGT 5.0 SSL web inspection/proxy cannot negotiate for TLS
v1.2. It only negotiates with destination HTTPS servers for SSL v3, TLS
v1.0 and TLS v1.1 sessions. Which means s...
(I've made significant corrections to the original post.)Many of my
Fortigate 5.0.9 traffic logs seem to be missing values in the ebtime and
catdesc fields. Specifically,[ul]HTTPS / port 443 traffic logs never
have ebtime values. HTTP / port 80 traff...
Using FortiGate 60D on 5.0.9. FSSO collector agent has been and is
working pretty much as expected. E.g., I can see FSSO login events
associating users to their IPs. But some IP's are losing their userID
associations in the traffic logs including web...
Thanks! Our FG admin finally found the documentation at about the same
time as your
I'll bet you won't like this answer, but FortiGates are firewalls: the
rules are searched from top to bottom, and the first match ends the
search meaning that no further rules are searched or processed. To
accomplish your scenario, you will need a pr...
Another approach that we are finding useful when presenting a summary of
a person's Internet usage to a manager is to exclude the "noisy"
categories that manager's typically don't understand or care about. We
still log everything, but we don't presen...
FortiGuard describes the category as, "A social networking site is a
platform to build social networks or social relations among people who
share similar interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life
connections. A social network service consists o...
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