Hey folks. I know many of you have grown accustomed to using the scripts
I have on my web site. Well it seems Verizon (FiOS) decided to disable
HTTP traffic inbound on home accounts. Those scripts are no longer
viewable from the Internet. I'm sorry t...
I have just finished an Ansible class for my job (switches and such) and
was trying to connect with my Fortigate. No Bueno! Anyone have any luck
using Ansible to connect to their Fortigate? Thanks in advance.
My ESX virtual host took a dirt nap. Since it is simply a pet project of
mine and not generating any cash, it's replacement has to be set on a
back burner for a spell. I'm hoping to have it up in a week or two, but
it is going to take quite a bit of ...
pavi wrote:Hello Bob! Do you happen to be the author of
http://fortinet.camerabob.com:5190/urlfilter.cgi ? If yes, the
url-redirect appears to have broken the script (the form action still
refers to action="urlfilter.cgi", instead of the expected [I ...
A colleague of mine got hit because they had forgot about an RDP pinhole
left open. The local computer seemed untouched, but their NAS with all
their backups and archives was completely encrypted. "New Bip Dharma
Ransomware Variant Released" Read mor...
If your subnet is 255.255.255.0 (24 bit), then the first three octets of
all devices in the subnet have to match. 192.168.1.x, 192.168.2.x, etc.
(192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24 respectively)A device on internal3
would need to have 192.168.2.x, and...
There are two ways to do this: 1) Put all the sites into a zone and
allow intra-zone traffic 2) Make policies from site 1-2, site 2-3, site
1-3, etc. The method you choose depends on how granular you wish to be.
If you need filtering between differen...