Examples and Troubleshooting
This chapter provides an example of a FortiGate unit providing authenticated access to the Internet for both Windows network users and local users.
The following topics are included in this section:
- Firewall authentication example
- LDAP Dial-in using member-attribute example
- RADIUS SSO example
Firewall authentication example
In this example, there is a Windows network connected to Port 2 on the FortiGate unit and another LAN, Network_1, connected to Port 3.
All Windows network users authenticate when they logon to their network. Members of the Engineering and Sales groups can access the Internet without entering their authentication credentials again. The example assumes that the Fortinet Single Sign On (FSSO) has already been installed and configured on the domain controller.
LAN users who belong to the Internet_users group can access the Internet after entering their username and password to authenticate. This example shows only two users, User1 is authenticated by a password stored on the FortiGate unit, User2 is authenticated on an external authentication server. Both of these users are referred to as local users because the user account is created on the FortiGate unit.
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