I have setup traffic shaping on a Fortigate 60C and it seems to be
mostly working, but latency on the Internet link still increases when
downloads are running, is this normal? I have a 10Mb fiber connection,
one internal port of the Fortigate is traf...
We run SIP services through our customers 50b and 80c and always setup a
few defaults which I have outlined below, with all this set we still
seem to have a bit of degradation with some calls: -Enable traffic
shaping polices to and from the PABX - gu...
I have setup an SMTP port forwarding rule to an internal Exchange server
and enabled the strict protection policy, When using the Eicar test file
to send inbound emails into the email server the emails get passed
though rather than being blocked. I h...
Ok I see your point about download traffic, so if the pipe from the ISP
to the Fortinet is 10Mb, the traffic shaping will be receiving the full
10Mb from the ISP on the outside interface, and then dropping any
packets over the 2.5Mb, so in effect sti...
But I would have thought if I had a 10Mb pipe then when the 2.5Mb Lan
downloads a file using that whole 2.5Mb, it would still leave the rest
of the 7.5Mb running nice and fast without much latency increase as the
pipe is not at capacity. I have confi...
I enabled these two CLI commands on my incoming and outgoing firewall
rules that control the PABX traffic, these firewall rules also have the
traffic shaping guarantee and priority enabled. set diffserv-forward
enable set diffserv-reverse enable Afte...
The SMTP to SBS2008 VIP is a port forwarding rule from 25 to 25, so is
this the correct way to setup an inbound SMTP firewall rule on a
Fortinet? The strange thing is when I had the service as SMTP rather
than ANY email worked, spam filtering worked,...
I have actually got the antivirus and file blocking working now, it is
very strange I changed my firewall rule to allow Any service where I had
it only allowing the SMTP. Here is my firewall rule that is now working
with the AV, is this rule now a se...
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