Hello,first time poster here so have mercy :) I am new to Fortinet but a
long time security / networking administrator. I recently acquired a
FortiGate 40F, FortiSwitch 108F and a FortiAP 221 to test it out and
learn about Fortinet. I am running into...
Why? Well, now I have a FortiGate 40F so I don't loose too many ports,
but if I get a bigger FortiGate with more ports, those ports can become
virtually unusable when using FortiGate + FortiSwitch and that just
feels wrong and stupid if i can't be do...
Update: When creating a FSW VLAN the "Create address object matching
subnet" was checked by default. So I tested to remove the object that
was automatically created and then the VLAN "CLIENT" was available in
the Software switch. Quite weird experien...
OK...well in this case the VLAN is not mapped to any switch ports,
except the Fortilink port on which the VLAN is automatically tagged
on...so not sure what you mean by that. Is this a GUI issue? Should I
try CLI instead?
Hello, thanks for the detailed instructions, but here is why it fails
for me on my FGT-40F: In step 2, after creating the VLAN on the
FortiSwitch(Wifi & switch controller -> Fortiswitch Vlans) and then
proceeding to create a Software Switch Interface...
I just can't get the FortiGate VLANs and the FortiSwitch VLANs to work
together. The FortiSwitch VLANs can't be used on the ports in the
FortiGate and the VLANs on the FortiGate can't be used on the
FortiSwitch. Creating a separate VLAN with the same...
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