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    Hello, usually this is publicly documented here : https://docs.fortinet.com/document/fortigate/6.0.2/fortigatefortiosfeatureplatformmatrix Link Aggreation / Redundant Ports Regards

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    Fortinet products deliver deep security with high value, exceeding typical firewall features in a feature-rich ecosystem. With so many options, it's possible to load down your system with common misconfigurations and missed maintenance. Join us for our ...

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    I believe the theoretical limit is 254 members.

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    RE: SDWAN and internet breakout

    Posted in: Firewall

    Thanks Peter, I think that makes sense. I will give it a go.

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    Hi, I need to block GitHub upload , i have tried to block it from web browser its working with the help of GITHUB Upload signature provided by the fortigate. But this signature is not capable of blocking upload from cmd line interface. Do anyone have ...

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    RE: Reg Gui Access

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    Hi, I got your point. Configure LAN to LAN Firewall rule. It will resolve the issue. ------------------------------ Deepak Kumar First Option General Trading LLC Dubai ------------------------------

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    VXLAN with Multiple Subnets

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    Hi, i have a setup for a Customer comprising of two Sites Site A : HQ Site B : DR we are planning to use VXLAN over IPSec VPN to Extend few subnets to DR. Subnets 192.168.1.x/24 and 192.168.12.x/24 has to be extended using VXLAN. i have tested VXLAN ...

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    RE: Routing Traffic through SD-WAN

    Posted in: Firewall

    SDWAN rules are the solution, you can specify policy routes based on applications to achieve your needs. Regards Rony ------------------------------ Rony Moussa Fortinet NSE Certified: Level 8 ------------------------------

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    Hi, You can create an NAT IP Pool. "Policy & Object" >>IP Pool >> Select NAT Type and provide the public IP address to be NAT. The in you IPv4 policy select the NAT Pool you created for NAT option. All the traffic under the policy will use the NAT IP ...

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    RE: Policy Routing Question

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    Please check out the below link for full details. https://kb.fortinet.com/kb/viewContent.do?externalId=FD31240

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