inherit;"][style="vertical-align: inherit;"]Tenho vários FG 50E que se
conectam ao FG 80E via VPN Site to Site
Hello I have a web server at my company with public IP 189.18.XX.XX / 29
Fortigate 80E has a dedicated DMZ interface, but I would like to know
how do I configure my WEB server to stay behind this DMZ with IP Public?
DearI have the following scenario: I have two Fortigate connected via
Ipsec VPN (FG 80E HQ + FG 50E BRANCH)Behind the FG 80E HQ I have a
Windows DNS server, resolving the DNS of the station behind the FG 50E.
However, in the web management console of...
DearI have the following scenario. I have a VPN connection between two
FG boxes. The FG 80E HQ box is configured as follows: FG 80E HQ WAN ->
22.214.171.124/29 VPN-HQ -> 10.1.1.1/32 Remote IP / Mask ->
10.1.1.2/255.255.255.252 LAN -> 192.168.254.99/2...
Thanks for the tip brycemd I configured the Tunel interface, removing
the default ip 0.0.0.0 and adding the source ip (Addressing mode Manual
IP 10.1.2.1/32 and remote IP / Netmask 10.1.1.1/24 - Destination IP) I
tried to route IP from the IPSENC VPN...
Dear ede_pfau and emnoc Thank you for your help.My intention to create
Policy Based on route - pbr, would be to solve problem with access to
the windows DNS server through the "DNS Settings" in the FG console, I
don't know if this is the best option ...
Thanks for the answerThe reason for configuring a policy route as
described in KB, would be my problem with the DNS server behind the FG
80E HQ. As I said in the post, I have FG HQ 80E and a FG Branch 50E with
VPN connection, the stations that are be...
hello Ken Felix Follows the result of the diagHQ # diagnose sniffer
packet any "host 192.168.247.99 and icmp" 4 interfaces = [any] filters =
[host 192.168.247.99 and icmp] 3.968859 FG-BH-MATRIZ-HQ out ->
192.168.247.99: icmp: echo request 4.979935 HQ...
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