Hello, I have setup a FortiClient SSL VPN on a linux PC, it does connect
ok the problem is that it has to be manually started everytime the Linux
machine shutsdown or the VPN disconnects (probably due to idle timeout).
I would like to know if maybe y...
Hello, We have been trying to communicate via IPSec VPN a branch office
passing trough the main office to an external network each step has a
different VPN, the setting is the following: -There is a FG80C in the
branch office which have a working sit...
Hello, Since Firefox 10.0 I' ve noted that in most cases is not possible
to access the VPN SSL web portal, Basically after the browser fails to
check the certificate as valid and the make an exception option is
checked the browser just shows that the...
Hello, I' m experiencing a really strange problem and it is that the
changes in the firewall policies are not taking effect, or they take
several hours to start to work. For example I had a policy for blocking
all ICMP traffic between two internal ne...
Hello, I have installed FortiCLient 4.2.5 in a Windows 7 PC and when I
try to connect the VPN it shows an error " Fortips driver cannot start"
, has it happend to someone else? does anybody know what might be the
cause or has solved this problem? Tha...
Hello, I know it has been about a year later but in current firmware of
FADC is pretty much the same config. For the FADC to work as a DNS
server you have to configure the DNS zones with the respectives
registers for the domains it would answer, the ...
Hi, what you describe means you need to find the signature or signatures
triggered to configure the exceptions, in order to do so you will need
to filter in the attack log the IP that is beign blocked (where you see
the error message) and check the s...
Hi, I'm using ML in production enviroment with some early adopters of
the technology. It seems to me that ML > Signatures, at least for the 7
Threat models currently supported, as far as I know there will be some
more to come, even so the recomendati...
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