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Tazio
New Contributor III

How to see who is connected to Network

Hi,

This is my first post here.

Just migrated from Meraki to FortiGate.

In Meraki we had the option to see all users who are connected to the network, is there a way to see same here on FortiGate 100F

 

Thanks

Tazio

1 Solution
vsahu

Hello Tazio,

 

I tested in my lab to enable the device detection on a redundant interface you've to use CLI

config system interface
        edit "test"
             set device-identification enable
         next
end

Regards,
Vishal Sahu

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vsahu
Staff
Staff

Hello Tazio,
You've to goto the interface configuration then you'll see the device detection.
 

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Regards,
Vishal Sahu
Tazio
New Contributor III

Hi Vishal Sahu,

Thanks for your quick reply.

I have port 8 and 9 going to LAN.

If i go to interfaces i don't see Port 8 and Port 9 but I have port 8 and 9 as Redundant interface and when you edit Redundant interface you don't have that option.

Thanks

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btan

Hi Tazio,

 

Looks like a GUI limitation on redundant interface.
Try using CLI to configure:

config system interface

edit Local_Lan

set device-identification enable

end

 

Regards,
Bon
vsahu

Hello Tazio,

 

I tested in my lab to enable the device detection on a redundant interface you've to use CLI

config system interface
        edit "test"
             set device-identification enable
         next
end

Regards,
Vishal Sahu
Tazio
New Contributor III

Thank you all for your support .The CLI command played the trick and everything is working as my expectation.

Thanks again

Tazio