Hi. Is it possible to disable the firewall functionality in general so
the FGT is acting like a router without firewall session handling? Have
here a FGT60C and with FOS5.2 it feals really slow. Because we use it
woutout any firewall rules (any-any) ...
Hi. I tried to configure a simple remote access via L2TP with a
Fortigate 60C. I configured everything very simple with pass phrases
like 123456 and simple users, no complex user group labels or something
strange like that - but haven' t had luck. My...
we have the latest FortiClient installed on our Win7 computers, with
disabled everything except VPN we use for IPSec. Since two days, when we
receive a digital signed email using S/MIME, the certificate get' s
touched and is not valid anymore. When w...
Hi. Working for enterprise customers, we see a lot of Cisco routers and
more and more Juniper SRX used for network routing. So I like Fortigate
a lot more and it can be configured for OSPF, BGP and RIP and so on as
well. But I do not have experience ...
Only the GUI feels slow. Have also disabled the logging on GUI (think
that will switch it of, because I haven' t found a CLI command to
disable disk logging for that device).... Will try it tomorrow on a
100MBit/s uplink and will see how it performs....
So I will try to fix it after I' m back in a week. But in general I find
it a bit frustrating that we have used some tutorials and also the
wizard, but couldn' t get it to work. Maybe it' s a but in the Beta
release - we will see after my return. I w...
Here is the current configuration and output. There was no debut output
for L2TP - it' s enabled of course. What looks interesting for me is the
following debut output - but I' m not sure what' s not right with
Phase1. 2014-06-11 11:01:18 ike 0:RAS_p...
Hi. When I used the wizard, there was noch phase1/2 configured - only
phase1/2-tunnel.. So I tried it manually with your tutorial but haven' t
had luck yet. In general it' s frustrating that the wizard isn' t
working - makes it useless :-) here is th...
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