I have tried to create a VPN connection from a device connected to a
fortinet wireless AP to a device connected to another port on the
Fortigate. I have managed to successfully get an IPSec VPN connection,
but when connected, i can not ping the other...
I have been experimenting with different sim card vendors in a Fortigate
60F-3G/4G. I have been trying to establish a remote access VPN
connection to fortigate over 4G. So far I have been able to create a VPN
connection locally so I know I understand...
I am running some tests trying to connect a client workstation to
another client that sits behind my Fortigate. The trouble is, the
Fortigate connects out to the internet via an existing firewall (edge).
Therefore the Fortigate is receiving a Private...
I have been trying to create a local IPSec VPN connection (no connection
through internet) as my previous attempts at getting it to work over the
internet have not worked. I wanted to prove first that i can get it
working without introducing the comp...
Provider has said I need an IOT sim. Not entirely sure what the
difference is but I'm guessing it's one that has a publicly assigned IP
as opposed to CG-NAT. Inbound on cellular is so i can make a secure
connection to a moving vehicle when out of WiF...
Many thanks for your help. I found @kcheng post helpful in narrowing
down where i needed to troubleshoot. Having already tried to configure
DDNS and finding that it didn't work, my suspicions led me to believe
that this wouldn't work using a private ...
Hi @hbac, Thanks for the reply. I have managed to resolve this issue.
The problem was with the version of FortiClient I was using. I had to
login to my fortiCloud account, go to the section where you can download
firmware etc and download the FortiCl...
Hey did you manage to resolve your issue connecting to console port? I
have a similar issue, trying to console to a rugged 112d FortiSwitch. I
have managed to console to other Fortiswitches with success so i am
confident the console cable is good.
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