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Creating Administrative Domains in Fortimanager

Brief about ADOM ADOMs (Administrative Domain) enables administrators to manage only those devices that they are specifically assigned. The use of ADOMs allows us to create a separate logical environment, in which we can maintain separate sets of devices. The device may be physical or virtual. Each administrative domain provides isolated management based on geographic

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Using Clearpass as an Accounting Proxy server

Clearpass can be used as an accounting proxy to pass on accounting packets from your NAD devices to an external server like a firewall.etc.   Purpose: ClearPass Integration with Fortinet through Radius Accounting (RSSO) would provide the User Data Flow Analysis from user perspective instead of IP address or MAC Address.   Check out the

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Use Case: Remote Office Network Access Using VPN CONCENTRATORS

A VPN concentrator is a Networking device that allows an individual to connect to a network from anyplace in the world, through multiple VPN tunnels. VPN concentrators offer administrative capabilities such as data encryption and decryption, end-to-end data delivery, VPN tunnels establishment, user authentication.     As the above illustration provides a solution for a remote office

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Use Case: IPsec VPN For Remote User With Forti-Client

  In the above use case, the user is able to access the office network and also use the internet through the IPSec VPN tunnel. The advantage is that UTM can be applied for internet traffic.   Instead of using SSL VPN for remote users, the network admin can configure a dial-up IPSec tunnel for

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Aruba MPSK implementation per user instead of per device

Introduction:   Aruba MPSK was introduced in the AOS release 8.4.x, a feature using which you can leverage the use of different PSK’s for different devices. The traditional approach is well documented in the link below: https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Security/Setting-up-MPSK-for-headless-IoT-devices/td-p/522858   Need for per user MPSK:   We at Airowire Networks had the privilege of working with a

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