good day all. i am stuck with this error message on my IPsec tunnel and
do not know how to proceed. can anyone assist me please. id=20085
trace_id=342 func=print_pkt_detail line=5319 msg="vd-DPRVR01OUTR
received a packet(proto =1, 10.20.192.8:44384->...
good day engineers. i have a fortigate 900D that i configured an
interface 12.X.X.1 i want to direct traffic through this port to the
internet(0.0.0.0), LAN and WAN. i have configured on a client
machine(test machine) the default gateway to point to ...
good day. I have been battling with troubleshooting my Fortigate routing
tables and all of a sudden an offsite server that I previously could RDP
into has started to refuse the remote connection. I am failing to get it
back to its original state. ple...
Good day. I once made a thread for this before but i felt i did not
provide enough information to allow seasoned engineers to assist me.
please find attached copies of the network in quetion and a Pcap capture
of the traffic for your analysis. Brief ...
Good day engineers I have a fortigate 900D which is connected thorugh an
MPLS with service providers. however there is an offsite branch that
houses the MX server and there is a fortigate there too. i have
interface on the fortigate which is local to...
Thank you for your response. i realised like what you said in your
response that there are inconsistent gateway ips. however when i change
my IP to the corressponding gateway my partner is using, my tunnel goes
down and it will not come up. however w...
my problem is making my head spin. Host and FTG on a different geo
location can ping each other well and the traffic is through MPLS. but
when host tries to connect to specific port on FTG host can only see
default gateway and the rest is ***********...
I failed to send a clearer image because of upload limit so I had to
compress it. basically what is happening is traffic is coming from third
party and reaching our network through MPLS from there it first gets to
the FW on the console in subnet 1 th...
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