hello all,I have two Nexus 9000 switches connected via a vPC Peer Link.
Two catalyst stacks are also connected to both NX's via vPC's. How can I
be able to have redundant paths between the fortigate and the NX's? Do I
set up a "hardware switch" with ...
Hi all.. I'm currently using FSSO to authenticate my windows users with
the Fortigate, where I have web filtering policies set up, etc so they
can/cant get to certain categories. I want to do the same for wireless
devices connecting to our internal W...
Over the weekend, I upgraded our FG200D from 5.2.10 to 5.4.4. everything
seemed to go fine, except for today, when a user tried to access his
Outlook client which uses IMAP to his gmail account. He's getting error
messages.. and I'm seeing a "Action ...
Hey all,I've inherited a bit of an outdated mess that I'm working
towards solving, but first things first. Currently have two (2003)
Terminal Servers running as VMs using Microsoft NLB (in multicast mode)
to cluster the two together. They also use Se...
Using 5.2.2For years, we've had load balancing set up on our terminal
servers in house using the simple microsoft NLB (172.16.1.45 is address
for our NLB addres, 172.16.1.45 is also the secondary ip address on
multiple TS servers). Traditionally, we ...
Apologies. So right now my main uplink is in a "hardware switch ("LAN"
172.16.0.2) on the fortigate from port1 to NX1. Seems like you're saying
create a new "interface" of type = 802.3 Aggregate on the Fortigate..
assign two ports to it, one to NX1 o...
Hi all,I was testing SSL VPN using forticlient with 5.4.9 and it was
going great.. fast speeds, responsive, etc. I upgraded to 5.6.11 and it
was noticeably slower. I wasn't doing any file transfers, just
connecting to VPN then using RDP to my desktop...
I still haven't figured this out and its come back up on the project
list. Do I really need more software/hardware to accomplish this? Again,
Cisco WLC/AP's connecting to Fortigate 200D running 5.4.9. I use FSSO
for desktops to authenticate against A...
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