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SSL-VPN with Fortinet Firewall with Ping ID MFA and ClearPass OnGuard Health Check

Overview SSL-VPN with Multifactor Authentication that verifies that Legitimate user has connected to the network with Second Factor of Verification The Health Check of the End-Client makes sure that Only Compliant user are allowed onto the network The Setup Involves below components Fortinet Firewall as SSL-VPN Concentrator ClearPass Policy Manager and ClearPass OnGuard LDAP/AD Ping […]

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Generating SD-WAN Health Check Event Log Using FortiGate

The below video showcase how to generate an SD-WAN health check event log using FortiGate Device. By default, there are no events generated when a health check is done in the FortiGate firewall. When we set latency as 10ms (parameter) in the performance SLA threshold of SD-WAN, there is no event generated when the health

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SD-WAN Configuration Through FortiManager

SD-WAN provides business application steering, cost savings, and performance for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, as well as unified communication services. Unlike old WAN technology, SD-WAN is fully managed by centralized software applications creating virtual networks. Cost Savings is the primary factor. Main Functionality is load balancing: if one of the WAN links goes down the traffic

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VPN Configuration Through “VPN Community” in FortiManager

VPN is a connection between two endpoints – a VPN router, for instance – in different networks that allows private data to be sent securely over a shared or public network, such as the Internet. This establishes a private network that can send data securely between these two locations or networks through a tunnel. Using the VPN

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Executing Scripts on Fortigate through FortiManager

  Scripts allow you to create, execute, and view the results of scripts executed on Fortigate devices. The ability to use scripts from the FortiManager provides a benefit when dealing with the configuration and deployment of firewalls on a wide range. For example, if you are deploying a greater number of firewalls in your organization

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Upgrading the Fortigate Firewalls Through Fortimanager

When Fortigate devices are managed through Fortimanager can be upgraded with a single click of a button. There is no need to follow the up-gradation path since this job is taken care of by the Fortimanager. Multiple Fortigates can be upgraded in one illustration, without having to log in and out of multiple FortiGate units.

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Adding Multiple Fortigate Devices to Fortimanager

  In FortiManager the admin can monitor and configure multiple FortiGate units in one console. In  Device Manager, you can view, configure, and make changes into the FortiGate devices without having to log in and out of multiple FortiGate units. The below video showcases the step to integrate multiple FortiGate devices into Fortimanager.   By

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SSL-VPN With Endpoint Posture Compliance Check in Fortinet VPN and Aruba ClearPass Environment

Introduction With the current pandemic situation most of the employees are working from home by using the VPN connections to their enterprise network. Since the employees are connecting over public network and using their personal devices, it poses a great security risk to respective enterprises. To mitigate this issue, we are integrating Fortinet VPN solution

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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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