I have two computers on a fairly new domain using transperent proxy that
drop there internet connection and only way to recover is to logoff.
Somtimes if you wait 10-15 minutes they will work again. I have checked
the FSSO agent running on the Domain...
I currently using explicit proxy on domain a.com with a primary FSSO
agent on both domain controllers in domain a.com and everything is
working fine. Now we have begun testing a new domain environment domain
b.com at a remote location across an mpls ...
So I currently have a switch with IP 172.16.0.1/21 connect to Fortigate
Lan port 2 172.16.0.220/21 and want to add a new subnet with a new
switch IP 172.18.0.1/21 connected to Fortigate Lan port 3
172.18.0.220/21. Once connected they show up in the R...
Im having a little trouble creating a pac file for my new fortigate
300d. Our old firewall would self generate the wpad settings on each
access as long as you had the proxy settings configured as a group
policy in Active directory. What Im trying to ...
Please help I'm losing it. On my dell switches I insert an internal IP
and plug network cable into any port and I can ping, connect or other
wise have a functioning switch. Can connect other devices to it and they
have network access. My fortinet has...
I beleive I should be able to go OP1 route. Son once I install the FSSO
collector on the new DC b.com I also need to add that into the Single
sign on agent section as another FSSO agent with ip and password I set
on the FSSO agent. I was always a lit...
SW2090 you jogged my memory thanks. I had it in my notes to change dhcp
and static address to the .200 lan interface for the gateways. The
switches had been the default gateways for many years basically
forwarding traffic on the subnet then when it f...
So both switches are the default gateways on there subnet and both have
a default route to there corresponding Fortigate interface. Switch
172.16.0.1 has a default route of 0.0.0.0 172.16.0.220 and switch
172.18.0.1 default 0.0.0.0 172.18.0.220. So i...
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