Hi folks, Looking for some advice here. We have an access control system
off-site (no Forti equipment) that sits behind what appears to be a
"proxy" FQDN. LAN -> WAN -> URL -> Redirected IP/port -> ACS.Every time
the URL is accessed, it will redirect...
Hi guys, You'll have to bear with me here - it's been a while since I've
done networking. Anyways, we recently picked up a FortiSwitch 108F and
I'm having the hardest time getting it to be able to reach out to the
internet when I configure a static I...
Yes, it's being blocked in the FortiGate and I can whitelist it - but a
few hours later this IP/port combo will change requiring me to
re-whitelist a new IP/port combo. That's the issue. After I'm redirected
at the RMC URL, the firewall treats the ne...
Yeah, it's real funky. I'm going to try and attach a video of what I'm
seeing. The "proxy" is essentially a load balanced black box it seems
that redirects to the ACS...somewhow. I've taken to going to the
location physically and logging in to port f...
The FortiGate 60F is doing nothing special, just forwarding requests on
as necessary. There seems to be a 3rd party proxy down the line, as seen
in the diagram provided.I'm looking to see if I can whitelist or "trust"
the redirected IP/Port combinati...
For anyone else with this issue, it turns out our time server (internal)
wasn't working right, which couldn't update the time...which made the
certificate validation fail when resolving
Fortiswitch-dispatch.forticloud.com. I updated the time server t...
Hey Andy, I'm with you - I feel like I should have just been able to
jump on the GUI, change the password, IP & hostname and have it "just
work". ISP's Router -> DMZ switch -> our firewall (public IP) ->
internal network switch -> Fortinet switch.
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