I have a FortiGate 201E running 6.4.11. On the dashboard page in System
Information, the WAN IP address shown is wrong. The IP address is one I
do not recognise, and a whois lookup shows Amazon as the ISP (we don't
use Amazon). If I run "diag sys wan...
I'm having trouble applying a route map to stop a FortiGate 201E from
advertising certain connected subnets via BGP. In my examples below I've
only shown one prefix. I actually have 6 I want to stop advertising. I
also want this FGT to continue adver...
Hi Habeeb, thanks for your response. The FortiGate is not behind any
NAT. The IP address statically configured on its WAN interface is a
public IPv4 address assigned by our ISP. The address previously showing
in the GUI was 126.96.36.199, the same a...
Thank you everyone who offered advice here. What I ended up doing was
creating a prefix list containing the routes I didn't want advertised
(example below shows 1, but in reality I have 6), and a separate prefix
list with a catch all (as I still want...
Thanks, for your advice. I would have thought thatset prefix 0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0 unset geset le 32 is functionally equivalent to set prefix any
unset ge unset le But the latter is certainly simpler. I'll give it a
Thanks Ken. I did not clear BGP although I did wait a few minutes. I'll
reapply the config tonight and try "execute router clear bgp all out",
which I assume should have the required effect. I'll enable debugging
before applying the config too. Do yo...
To add to Toshi's answer, I can show you an example config (it's really
simple): config system interfaceedit "if_lag_internal" set vdom "root"
set type aggregate set member "port1" "port2" set lacp-speed fast next
end Here I've created an aggregated ...
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