Hey Everyone, Is it possible to modify the BGP distance of a network
that is advertised by a fortigate? Here is background of my problem:
First off, I am no BGP expert but I do have it setup and working fine
advertising routes to our MPLS provider. T...
I noticed in our exchange logs that all email is now coming from the
internal ip address of our fortigate. Is there any way to configure the
spam filtering so that it keeps the original IP address of the smtp
sender? It makes it harder to troubleshoo...
Is there any way to have the forticlient automatically learn the remote
networks from the policy server? i thought this was the point of the
policy server that i setup. here are the details of my config: Policy
based dialup vpn using xauth DHCP serve...
Yeah have generally found 5.2.4 to be a pos... Marco_Widmer wrote:the
same problem with multiple 100D's. After the first upgrade - just revert
back to an older FortiOS... snowman386 wrote:I put in a ticket about
this as we use wanopt on our 60D and 1...
I put in a ticket about this as we use wanopt on our 60D and 111Cs.
According to tac, you can no longer configure wanopt through the gui and
it cannot be enabled. All config and diagnostics must be done through
the CLI now. Really frustrating as ther...
Dent, I was able to figure out the solution thanks to fortinet support.
You must change your VIPs to use the ANY interface if the source
interface is currently a fortimanager zone member. Doing this cause some
issues with our LAN users accessing DMZ ...
I do not understand why this is not possible. I always create a zone for
everything so if I later need to add another interface, I do not have to
redo all the firewall policies, etc. In the fortigate, an interface can
belong to a zone and you can als...
route-map-out seemed to do the trick. " get router info bgp network" now
showed my test network with a path containing our AS repeated several
times. Once I added the test network to the other site without the
route-map-out, it became the preferred r...
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