All,I'm currently attempting to make my FGT the singe source of truth
for all my internal networks as the NTP server which is working fine.
However, I want my my FGT to update to a custom external NTP server
instead of Using Fortiguard as my source f...
So, I'm in the process of spinning up my Shinny new FortiAuth VMs and
would like to put them in an HA/LB-Cluster.. Documentation -
CHECKDocumentation on Licensing Sync between HA/LB: Vague at best and
doesn't really exist or provide details. However,...
I'm having a problem where my FGT is injecting the "Fortinet Untrusted
CA cert" instead of my Custom CA when inspecting traffic to certain
websites. Anyone else running into this problem? After a very long call
with TAC I think we have this issue nai...
So, I' ve read about the use of " Profile Groups" and I' m seriously
considering using them. However for some reason or another, I can' t
figure out how to enable " Profile Groups" in the GUI. I initially
thought to enable them via the ' config syste...
Oh man ede_pfau, you're my freggin hero! This was so annoying.. And your
right, it's mentioned in the CLI guide.. I didn't know the 5.6.3 guide
was available, i should have gone there first. FGT60E (ntp) # sh
fullconfig system ntp set ntpsync enable ...
So, I feel like I should respond to this as we (TAC and I) were able to
figure out what was going what happened. The "untrusted CA certificate"
is a new feature in version 5.4.x. If there is an issue with the
certificate chain, the Fortigate will use...
@John I figured out why my FortiClient was having problems. I had SSL
Deep Packet inspection enabled on my Lab firewall and the
FortiClient/SSL session was terminating unexpectedly. When I disabled
SSL Deep Packet inspection on my 90D at my Lab, my F...
I've go the exact issue here. OS Win10 FCT: 5.4.0.0780. I did notice
that the connection does establish and the FGT does hand the client an
IP Address, but the FCT simply disconnects leaving the session on the
FGT hanging. When I try to re-authentica...
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