This document provides the following information for FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481:
l Supported Models l What’s New in FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481 l Special Notices l Upgrade Information l Product Integration and Support l Resolved Issues l Known Issues
FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481 supports all ForGate-7030E, 7040E, and 7060E models and configurations.
What’s New in FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481
The following new features have been added to FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481 firmware:
M1 and M2 interfaces can use different VLANs for heartbeat traffic (408386)
The M1 and M2 interfaces can be configured to use different VLANs for HA heartbeat traffic.
The following command now configures the VLAN used by the M1 interface (default 999):
config system ha set hbdev-vlan-id 999
The following new command configures the VLAN used by the M2 interface (default 1999):
config system ha set hbdev-second-vlan-id 1999
GTP load balancing
GTP load balancing is supported for FortiGate-7000 configurations licensed for FortiOS Carrier. You can use the following command to enable GTP load balancing. This command is only available after you have licensed the FortiGate-7000 for FortiOS Carrier.
config load-balance setting set gtp-load-balance enable end
What’s New in FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481 Introduction
FSSO user authentication is synchronized
FSSO user authentication is synchronized to all FIM and FPM modules. FSSO users are no longer required to reauthenticate when sessions are processed by a different FIM or FPM module.
HA Link failure threshold changes (422264 )
The link failure threshold is now determined based on the all FIM modules in a chassis. This means that the chassis with the fewest active links will become the backup chassis.
FortiGate-7000s running FortiOS v5.4.5 can be configured as dialup IPsec VPN servers
The following shows how to setup a dialup IPsec VPN configuration where the FortiGate-7000 running v5.4.5 acts as a dialup IPsec VPN server.
Configure the phase1, set type to dynamic.
config vpn ipsec phase1-interface edit dialup-server set type dynamic set interface “v0020” set peertype any set psksecret < password>
Configure the phase 2, to support dialup IPsec VPN, set the destination subnet to 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0.
config vpn ipsec phase2-interface edit dialup-server set phase1name dialup-server set src-subnet 22.214.171.124 255.255.0.0 set dst-subnet 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
To configure the remote FortiGate as a dialup IPsec VPN client
The dialup IPsec VPN client should advertise its local subnet(s) using the phase 2 src-subnet option.
Introduction What’s New in FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481
config vpn ipsec phase1-interface edit “to-fgt7k” set interface “v0020” set peertype any set remote-gw 126.96.36.199 set psksecret <password>
config vpn ipsec phase2-interface edit “to-fgt7k” set phase1name “to-fgt7k” set src-subnet 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.0 set dst-subnet 184.108.40.206 255.255.0.0
next edit “to-fgt7k-2” set phase1name “to-fgt7k” set src-subnet 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.0 set dst-subnet 18.104.22.168 255.255.0.0 end
This section highlights some of the operational changes that administrators should be aware of for FortiGate7000 5.4.5 build 6481.
Recommended configuration for traffic that cannot be load balanced
The following flow rules are recommended to handle common forms of traffic that cannot be load balanced. These flow rules send GPRS (port 2123), SSL VPN, IPv4 and IPv6 IPsec VPN, ICMP and ICMPv6 traffic to the primary (or master) FPM.
The CLI syntax below just shows the configuration changes. All other options are set to their defaults. For example, the flow rule option that controls the FPM slot that sessions are sent to is forward-slot and in all cases below forward-slot is set to its default setting of master. This setting sends matching sessions to the primary (or master) FPM.
config load-balance flow-rule edit 20 set status enable set ether-type ipv4 set protocol udp set dst-l4port 2123-2123
next edit 21 set status enable set ether-type ip set protocol tcp set dst-l4port 10443-10443 set comment “ssl vpn to the primary FPM”
next edit 22 set status enable set ether-type ipv4 set protocol udp set src-l4port 500-500 set dst-l4port 500-500 set comment “ipv4 ike”
next edit 23 set status enable set ether-type ipv4 set protocol udp set src-l4port 4500-4500 set comment “ipv4 ike-natt src”
next edit 24 set status enable set ether-type ipv4 set protocol udp set dst-l4port 4500-4500 set comment “ipv4 ike-natt dst”
Special Notices Recommended configuration for traffic that cannot be load balanced
next edit 25 set status enable set ether-type ipv4 set protocol esp set comment “ipv4 esp”
next edit 26 set status enable set ether-type ipv6 set protocol udp set src-l4port 500-500 set dst-l4port 500-500 set comment “ipv6 ike”
next edit 27 set status enable set ether-type ipv6 set protocol udp set src-l4port 4500-4500 set comment “ipv6 ike-natt src”
next edit 28 set status enable set ether-type ipv6 set protocol udp set dst-l4port 4500-4500 set comment “ipv6 ike-natt dst”
next edit 29 set status enable set ether-type ipv6 set protocol esp set comment “ipv6 esp”
next edit 30 set ether-type ipv4 set protocol icmp set comment “icmp”
next edit 31 set status enable set ether-type ipv6 set protocol icmpv6 set comment “icmpv6”
next edit 32 set ether-type ipv6 set protocol 41 end
FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481supports upgrading from FortiGate-7000 v5.4.3 build 6382.
All of the modules in your FortiGate-7000 chassis run the same firmware image. You can upgrade the firmware by using the management IP address to log into the primary interface module GUI or CLI and perform a firmware upgrade just as you would for any FortiGate product. During the upgrade process, the firmware of all of the modules in the chassis upgrades in one step. Firmware upgrades should be done during a quiet time because traffic is briefly interrupted during the upgrade process.
Upgrading an HA configuration
Even if uninterruptable-upgrade is enabled, upgrading a FortiGate-7000 HA configuration will cause a minor traffic disruption. You should upgrade HA cluster firmware when traffic is low or during a maintenance period.
IPsec VPN issues when upgrading from v5.4.3 to v5.4.5
If your FortiGate-7000 configuration includes IPsec VPNs you should enhance your IPsec VPN Phase 2 configurations as described in this section. If your FortiGate-7000 does not include IPsec VPNs you can proceed with a normal firmware upgrade.
Because the FortiGate-7000 only allows 16-bit to 32-bit routes for remote subnets, you must add one or more destination subnets to your IPsec VPN phase 2 configuration for FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 using the following command:
config vpn ipsec phase2-interface edit “to_fgt2″So set phase1name <name> set src-subnet <IP> <netmask> set dst-subnet <IP> <netmask>
src-subnet is the subnet protected by the FortiGate that you are configuring and from which users connect to the destination subnet. Configuring the source subnet is optional but recommended.
dst-subnet is the destination subnet behind the remote IPsec VPN endpoint. Configuring the destination subnet is required.
You can add the source and destination subnets either before or after upgrading to v5.4.5 as these settings are compatible with both v5.4.3 and v5.4.5. However, if you make these changes after upgrading, your IPsec VPNs may not work correctly until these configuration changes are made.
Upgrade Information IPsec VPN issues when upgrading from v5.4.3 to v5.4.5
Adding source and destination subnets to IPsec VPN phase 2 configurations
In a simple configuration such as the one below with an IPsec VPN between two remote subnets you can just add the subnets to the phase 2 configuration.
Enter the following command to add the source and destination subnets to the FortiGate-7000 IPsec VPN Phase 2 configuration.
config vpn ipsec phase2-interface edit “to_fgt2″So set phase1name “to_fgt2” set src-subnet 172.16.1.0 255.255.255.0 set dst-subnet 172.16.2.0 255.255.255.0
In a more complex configuration, such as the one below with a total of 5 subnets you still need to add all of the subnets to the Phase 2 configuration. In this case you can create a firewall address for each subnet and the addresses to address groups and add the address groups to the Phase 2 configuration.
Enter the following commands to create firewall addresses for each subnet.
config firewall address edit “local_subnet_1” set subnet 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.0
edit “local_subnet_2” set subnet 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.0
IPsec VPN issues when upgrading from v5.4.3 to v5.4.5 Upgrade Information
next edit “remote_subnet_3”
set subnet 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.0
next edit “remote_subnet_4”
set subnet 184.108.40.206 255.255.255.0
next edit “remote_subnet_5”
set subnet 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.0
And then put the five firewall addresses into two firewall address groups.
config firewall addrgrp edit “local_group” set member “local_subnet_1” “local_subnet_2”
edit “remote_group” set member “remote_subnet_3” “remote_subnet_4” “remote_subnet_5”
Now, use the firewall address groups in the Phase 2 configuration:
config vpn ipsec phase2-interface edit “to-fgt2” set phase1name “to-fgt2” set src-addr-type name set dst-addr-type name set src-name “local_group” set dst-name “remote_group” end
Product Integration and Support
See the Product Integration and Support section of the FortiOS 5.4.5 release notes for product integration and support information for FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481.
Also please note the following exceptions for FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481:
Minimum recommended FortiManager firmware version : 5.6.1
Minimum recommended FortiAnalyzer firmware version : 5.4.4
FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 special features and limitations
FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 has specific behaviors which may differ from FortiOS features. For more information, see the “Special features and limitations for FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5” section of the most recent version of the FortiGate-7000 Handbook chapter available at http://docs.fortinet.com/d/fortigate-7000.
The following issues have been fixed in FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481. For inquires about a particular bug, please contact Customer Service & Support.
|464156||HA heartbeat VLAN tags not correctly applied to HA heartbeat traffic.|
|464735||Decode VDOM license key failed error messages no longer appear when FortiGate-7000 components start up.|
|462228||NAT sessions are no longer dropped from DP timers problems after a system restart.|
|455825||FortiGuard auto-update no longer keeps contacting FortiGuard to request updates after a successful update.|
|460289||Authenticated users are synchronized to all FPMs. Users no longer have to re-authenticate if some of their traffic is processed by a different FPM.|
|454070||In an HA configuration, IPv4 routes are now correctly synchronized to all FPMs.|
|456140||In an HA configuration, only the primary FIM module communicates with FortiManager.|
|456116||History output of the diagnose sys ha status command now includes timestamps to show when failover occurred.|
|422602||In an HA configuration, failovers no longer occur after an antivirus update.|
|452415||The output of the diagnose sys link-monitor status command is now synchronized.|
|454411||Local certificates are now synchronized to all FIM modules.|
|453285||VLAN Traffic continues to flow through Link Aggregation (LAG) interfaces between two FIMs if one of the FIMs is shut down.|
|448131||Incorrect link local IPv6 addresses that caused IPv6 traffic slowdowns have been corrected.|
|410647||TCP, HTTP, and UDP-based link monitoring for SD-WAN link load balancing is now supported.|
|423946||The cmdbsvr process no longer crashes when 500 VDOMs and 10k policies have been configured.|
|439398||The diagnose vpn ssl list command now correctly displays information for all FIM and FPM modules.|
|442607||Changes to replacement messages made from a VDOM can now be successfully saved.|
|415234||You can set the Interface to any when creating a firewall VIP.|
|410741||AntiVirus, Web Filtering, and other security profile log messages generated by FPM modules now appear on the GUI of all FIM or FPM modules (including the GUI of the primary FIM module).|
|417584||HA chassis failover from management links only occurs if no management links are available on the chassis. As long as at least one management link is available a failover will not occur.|
|424015||Fixed a bug with firmware updates with uninterruptable-upgrade enabled to cause extra chassis failovers.|
|408535||The hostname is now synchronized to all modules.|
|392288||A configuration that includes 500 VDOMs can now be restored from the GUI.|
The following issues have been identified in FortiGate-7000 v5.4.5 build 6481. For inquires about a particular bug, please contact Customer Service & Support.
|449276||FortiGuard IPS signature updates may cause an HA failover.|
|455632||FIM modules may incorrectly leave and rejoin an HA cluster.|
|444107||Remote disk share mounting fails when using NFS v2/v3 over UDP. To work around this issue use NFS over TCP.|
|440550||Some FortiView pages may display Failed to get FortiView data error messages.|
|460148||The application field in system event log crash messages is unreadable.|
|459413||HA remote IP monitoring using the pingserver-monitor-interface, pingserverfailover-threshold, and pingserver-flip-timeout options does not work.|
|459424||The GUI the VDOM list page does not show correct CPS, CPU, and memory usage for each VDOM.|
|456872||Routes to LACP LAGs are not synchronized to all modules.|
|442168||Traffic counters that display interface traffic for a physical interface do not display traffic sent and received by VLANs added to the physical interface.|
|422404||FPMs cannot communicate with the configured FortiAnalyzer if source-ip is set to the IP address of a management interface.|
|449298||FortiGate-7000 resource utilization is not reported correctly by FortiAnalyzer.|
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