Add device phase
Configure the following settings:
|Name||Type a unique name for the device. The device name cannot contain spaces or special characters.|
|Description||Type a description of the device (optional).|
|Disk Log Quota (min. 100MB)||Type a value for the disk log quota in MB. The minimum value is 100MB. The total available space in MB is listed to the right of the text field.|
|When Allocated Disk Space is Full||Specify what action to take when the disk space is full:
l Overwrite Oldest Logs l Stop Logging
|Device Permissions||Specify device permissions: l Logs l DLP Archive l Quarantine l IPS Packet Log|
|Manage FortiAP||Enable or disable central FortiAP management.|
|Manage Endpoint||Enable or disable central endpoint control. Select Specify and select the groups that you want the device to belong to.|
|Add to Groups||Select to add the device to any predefined groups.|
|Other Device Information||Enter other device information (optional), including:
l Company/Organization l Contact l City l Province/State l Country
- Select Next.
The wizard will proceed to discover the device, and perform some or all of the following checks:
- Discovering device l Promoting unregistered device l Checking device status l Retrieving interface information l Updating high availability status l Retrieving configuration l Loading to database
- Creating initial configuration file l Retrieving IPS signature information l Retrieving support data l Updating group membership
Device created successfully
System templates can be used to centrally manage certain device-level options from a central location. You can assign a system template using the drop-down menu. Alternatively, you can select to configure all settings per-device inside Device Manager. For more information, see Provisioning Templates.
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