New Fortinet FortiGate IPv6 MIB fields The following IPv6 MIB fields have been added to the Fortinet FortiGate MIB. These MIB entries can be used to display IPv6 session and policy statistics. IPv6 Session Counters: fgSysSes6Count fgSysSes6Rate1 fgSysSes6Rate10 fgSysSes6Rate30 fgSysSes6Rate60 IPv6 Policy Statistics: fgFwPol6StatsTable fgFwPol6StatsEntry FgFwPol6StatsEntry fgFwPol6ID fgFwPol6PktCount fgFwPol6ByteCount IPv6 Session Statistics: fgIp6SessStatsTable fgIp6SessStatsEntry FgIp6SessStatsEntry […]
SIP over IPv6 FortiOS supports Sessions Initiate Protocol (SIP) over IPv6. The SIP application-level gateway (ALG) can process SIP messages that use IPv6 addresses in the headers, bodies, and in the transport stack. The SIP ALG cannot modify the IPv6 addresses in the SIP headers so FortiGate units cannot perform SIP or RTP NAT over […]
Tunneling IPv6 through IPsec VPN A variation on the tunneling IPv6 through IPv4 is using an IPsec VPN tunnel between to FortiGate devices. FortiOS supports IPv6 over IPsec. In this sort of scenario, 2 networks using IPv6 behind FortiGate units are separated by the Internet, which uses IPv4. An IPsec VPN tunnel is created between […]
This is a quick video on how to configure Netflow on a FortiGate. Very powerful setting that will enable you to gain so much visibility into your environment.
Short video explaining some basics on traffic shaping on a FortiGate that is running FortiOS 6.0.4
IPv6 in FortiOS From an administrative point of view IPv6 works almost the same as IPv4 in FortiOS. The primary differences are the use of IPv6 format for addresses and fewer address types for IPv6. There is also no need for NAT if the FortiGate firewall is the interface between IPv6 networks. If the subnets […]
Supported models FortiOS 6.0.4 supports the following models. FortiGate FG-30D, FG-30D-POE, FG-30E, FG-30E_3G4G_INTL, FG-30E_3G4G_NAM, FG-50E, FG-51E, FG-52E, FG-60D, FG-60D-POE, FG-60E, FG-60E-POE, FG-61E, FG-70D, FG70D-POE, FG-80D, FG-80E, FG-80E-POE, FG-81E, FG-81E-POE, FG-90D, FG-90D-POE, FG-90E, FG-92D, FG-94D-POE, FG-98D-POE, FG-100D, FG-100E, FG-100EF, FG-101E, FG-140D, FG-140D-POE, FG-140E, FG-140E-POE, FG- 200D, FG-200D-POE, FG-200E, FG-201E, FG-240D, FG-240D-POE, FG-280D-POE, FG-300D, FG-300E, FG-301E, FG-400D, […]
IPv6 Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) will succeed IPv4 as the standard networking protocol of the Internet. IPv6 provides a number of advances over IPv4 but the primary reason for its replacing IPv4 is its limitation in addresses. IPv4 uses 32 bit addresses which means there is a theoretical limit of 2 to the power […]