I would like to block all outbound traffic to Russia, China, PRK and all
the usual suspects via a GEO block policy. HOWEVER, one of our suppliers
is Chinese and we need to able to get to their website and their mail
servers. Despite my reticence to a...
We have a really good small biz product around here by ATT here that's a
shared fiber offering. 1Gb up and down for less than $135 a month and
they guarantee to add additional circuits if the original reaches 70%
saturation. This product is so poorly...
I realize that fortigate has gone from totally free VPN to "if you want
to REALLY use VPN you gotta pay ". that's one of the PRIMARY reasons i
started using FG back in 2013 (free VPN) but the bait and switch is
beside the point. i have funds. I need ...
We are moving the entire company to 365 in the next couple of weeks.
Tentative cutover date of 12.20 or so.Unfortunately, we have a few sites
with some substantial bandwidth limitations. Any tips on creating a
traffic shaper or other method for allow...
ahhh...you know what? you are right. when I left DHCP on for WAN2, it
automatically set another default route with equivalent distance, didn't
it!? and (at least SOME) traffic was getting routed to nowhere (WAN2). i
think that's it. and you are right...
FYI, the full process i tried on a new laptop:installed 6.4.2, no DNS
resolution.backed down to 6.2.6, all was well.installed 6.2.8 to
test...it broke again.backed down to 6.2.7...it worked properly again.
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