we just bought a fortiweb and in my network, most of our servers dont
use http and https ports but instead they use ports like udp and tcp
3500 , 3501 and so on. My question is the following: is fortiweb used to
protect servers that don't use HTTP or...
in my setup the firewall outside interface uses a private ip as my isp
router forwards my public ips toward my private outside interface and my
existing firewall is cisco asa and it have nat rule where it does port
forwarding natting using the outsid...
No my issue is that we already bought fweb , so my main concern now is
whether it can load balance tcp and udp ports or not for other non http
/ https applications. I need a definitive answer that the fortiweb wont
work and it needs to be replaced
if i want to make an ip to go out with a specific public ip do i create
a rule from inside to outside and then enable nat and choose dynamic ip
and set that ip for example 188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206 as in the below picture?
just to make sure I'm converting correctly I attached a snap of both
rules on asa and FGT. Please correct me if i wrong. The asa service
bracket have a specific port as source and any port as destination.
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