Hello Team,Is that possible to configure more than one Syslog Server in
a FortiSwitch? In the documentation I see just this command related to
syslog configuration. The are not any information about adding another
server. config log syslogd settingse...
Hello Team, We have an environment with a FortiWiFi 40F. In this
environment, we will install more than 15 FortiSwitches. As FGT 40F's
datasheet, it only supports up to 8 Fortiswitches. Is there a way to
manage that FortiSwitch by a remote FortiGate ...
Hi Folks, I've already browsed in the community and find some topics
about configuring Fortilink as L3 when there is a 3rd Party Switch
between the Fortinet devices. But, by I understood, the 3rd party sw
needs to do L3 function, so you have to point...
Hello Team, Is that possible to include a link aggregate interface as a
member of hardware switch? I did this test with the Fortigate VM, but
using the software switch instead, and I can insert the aggregate
interface into it. My scenario is this: We...
Hello Team, We’d like to acquire an SSL certificate to use in the Guest
Portal of FortiAuthenticator, but I have some doubts: - The certificate
needs to be issued to a public domain (public dns resolvable) or could I
use a local domain (mycompany.loc...
Thanks again for your rensponses, Graham. Actually I don't need to tag
the vlans, I think that I was not very clear in the question. But now I
can understood the needs for the fortilink configuration in this
scenario and I'll test it in a lab enviorn...
Hi Graham,Thanks again for your reply and patience.I've already read the
documentation, but still have some doubts about the fortilink
configuration in the HQ FGT. All other question I understood by your
explanation.I don't understand yet how is the ...
Hello Graham!Thanks for your reply. So, in this case, if the Branch FGT
is the only L3 device in the branch, the VLANs cannot be treated only
locally, it needs to pass to HQ FGT (as their gateway), correct? Why
can't I use the branch FGT to deal with...
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