Description This article describes that in a customer's environment
where there are several models of Firewall FortiGate, the customer may
observe the differences in the number of IPS signatures between those
Firewalls, although having the same Forti...
Description This article describes the correct meaning of the feature
'Blocking unwanted IKE negotiations and ESP packets with a local-in
policy'. According to Blocking unwanted IKE negotiations and ESP packets
with a local-in policy - FortiGate docu...
Description This article describes how to configure the different WAN
interfaces (instead of the default route) for SSL VPN connections. In
this network diagram: FortiGate firewall has a default route via port1,
SSL VPN connections will be configured...
Description This article describes the behavior of choosing
ports/interfaces as members of a Hardware switch. Scope All models
support Hardware switches. Solution In the test, model 301E is used. Per
its datasheet, port1 to port16 are RJ45 interfaces...
Description This article explains why OID .188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.1.8.X
(ifOperStatus) should not be used to check the VPN interface status.
Scope FortiGate, SNMP, VPN. Solution 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.1.8 (ifOperStatus)
is the OID used to check the status of the i...
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