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: l Firewall authentication example l LDAP […]
Part 2 of the white board session that shows some diagrams via computer (may be clearer than my whiteboard with glare) as well as some inside the fortigate perspective.
Monitoring authenticated users This section describes how to view lists of currently logged-in firewall and VPN users. It also describes how to disconnect users. The following topics are included in this section: l Monitoring firewall users l Monitoring SSL VPN […]
SSO using RADIUS accounting records A FortiGate unit can authenticate users transparently who have already authenticated on an external RADIUS server. Based on the user group to which the user belongs, the security policy applies the appropriate UTM profiles. RADIUS […]
Troubleshooting FSSO When installing, configuring, and working with FSSO some problems are quite common. A selection of these problems follows including explanations and solutions. Troubleshooting FSSO Some common Windows AD problems include: General troubleshooting tips for FSSO l Users on […]
Testing FSSO 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 189. Logon to one of the stations on the FSSO domain, and access […]
FortiOS FSSO log messages There are two types of FortiOS log messages — firewall and event. FSSO-related log messages are generated from authentication events. These include user logon and log off events, and NTLM authentication events. These log messages are […]
Configuring FSSO on FortiGate units To configure your FortiGate unit to operate with agent-based FSSO, you l Configure any access to LDAP servers that might be necessary. Skip this step if you are using FSSO Standard mode. See Configuring LDAP […]