Please tell me the technician on the phone for my client was incorrect when he said that Meraki is incapable of doing address translation over an IPSec tunnel when the other side is not a meraki device……That is enough to make you want to throw your head into a wall. Not sure how a vendor […]
Use zones and save your sanity! This video goes into some basic zone deployment to help consolidate policy and reduce the number of interface pairs on your policy page.
One of the things that I see a lot of people doing is leaving their policies super vague. This is all fun and games in a home environment where you don’t have any critical data but if you are running your business in this manner you may have issues coming up soon. Make your policies […]
This video is a brief introduction on how to create a Remote Access (Split Tunnel) IPSec tunnel so that remote users can IPSec into the network and access resources.
This is a short little stream of concious video relating to how I like to configure my SOHO units (smaller units) when they are new arrivals. I cover some simple things like why I setup policies the way I do etc. If you have specific video topics you would like me to cover please let […]
This is a video I created to provide guidance on how to configure a basic IPSec tunnel (route based) between two FortiGates. A more advanced video will be released that provides a more in depth look later.
A desktop FortiGate does not have the same horsepower as a full size model and sometimes traffic can cause the IPS to spike the CPU for several seconds. However IPS is still a very valuable tool for protecting your network. This client has no internal systems exposed to the Internet, so the IPS is only […]
It was exhausting. A lot of fun, but Jesus it was exhausting. Only 3 days of labs but I felt like it was a lifetime. I have never learned more in such a rapid period of time than I did last week. I got back Friday and my brain is still fried. Back to work […]