Once FSSO is configured, you can easily test to ensure your configuration is working as expected. For additional FSSO testing, see Troubleshooting FSSO on page 594.
1. Logon to one of the stations on the FSSO domain, and access an Internet resource.
2. Connect to the CLI of the FortiGate unit, and if possible log the output.
3. Enter the following command:
diagnose debug authd fsso list
4. Check the output. If FSSO is functioning properly you will see something similar to the following:
IP: 10.10.20.3 User: ADMINISTRATOR Groups: CN=FORTIOS WRITERS,CN=USERS,DC=TECHDOC,DC=LOCAL Workstation: WIN2K8R2.TECHDOC.LOCAL MemberOf: FortiOS_Writers
IP: 10.10.20.7 User: TELBAR Groups: CN=FORTIOS WRITERS,CN=USERS,DC=TECHDOC,DC=LOCAL Workstation: TELBAR-PC7.TECHDOC.LOCAL
Total number of logons listed: 2, filtered: 0
—-end of FSSO logons—-
The exact information will vary based on your installation.
5. Check the FortiGate event log, for FSSO-auth action or other FSSO related events with FSSO information in the message field.
6. To check server connectivity, run the following commands from the CLI:
FGT# diagnose debug enable
FGT# diagnose debug authd fsso server-status
FGT# Server Name Connection Status Version
———- —————– ——- techdoc connected FSSO 5.0.0241
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