Hello friends, at the moment I am learning how to configure FortiAPs on
the FortiGate-firewall. On the FortiGate-firewall I am using I have a
vlan-interface on "port1" with vlan-id 100.I also configured a
dhcp-server on this vlan-interface. Now I wan...
Hello friends, I need some support in the configuration of a FortiAP. I
have a specific vlan (with vlan-id 99) for all FortiAPs connected to my
FortiGate-firewall. This vlanis the management-VLAN for the FortiAPs. My
goal is that the FortiAPs broadca...
Hello friends, does anybody know how to solve the problem of
certificate-warning when using a self-signed server-certificate for the
ssl-vpn on the Fortigate-firewall? I use the FortiClient to establish a
vpn-connection to the FortiGate-firewall. I a...
Hello friends, I am having a problem with a "FortiGate 40F"-firewall. Is
it possible to delete a SD-WAN-Zone without loosing the connection to
the Web-GUI? I only have access to this firewall over the internet... no
physical/local access to it. Will ...
Hello friends, I have the two following questions. Perhaps you can help
me :-). 1. Is it possivle to configure a specific dns-server for a
specific internal domain? I need it to resolve internal FQDNs like
abcde.internal-domain.comby a dns-server I w...
@Toshi_Esumi wrote:If you're worrying about somebody on the LAN hacking
into your network devices like APs, vlan separation of management
traffic would not be enough, because you likely have a policy allowing
admin users on the LAN to access the mana...
Thanks for your information :-). Do you think it is a security risk to
put a FortiAP in a vlan where the notebooks of the employees are
connected to? I had the idea to take a separate vlan as the
manamenent-vlan of the FortiAPs because the employees ...
Hi anikolov, sorry for my late response. Thanks a lot for your
information. :) But I still don't understand how to configure the
dns-server on the FortiGate-firewallto resolve external hosts with
126.96.36.199 and the hosts of my internal domain with the d...
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