For those of you that have never seen one in the wild before, this is a FortiRPS (it’s the white box closest to us with the black and yellow cables coming out of it). It connects to the FortiGates and does exactly what you think a Forti Redundant Power Supply […]
Just talking about some cool shenanigans I ran into while replacing a blade from a 7060E chassis.
This is usually what I look like when updating any type of Fortinet device’s firmware….I’m sure I’m not alone!
So if you are running a 7060E chassis in your enterprise and you are suddenly experiencing strange behavior relating to session based traffic, disable the TCP-Options setting in config global. This is on by default and enables the the client and server to negotiate MSS, window scaling, selective acknowledgements, timestamps, […]
Technology is amazing. It drastically reduces the size of the world. I love that I get to work with it every day. It’s just a little before 1 AM here in Montgomery, Alabama. I just finished assisting a friend in Saudi Arabia with their FortiGate issue. This friend I met […]
Think of the little things This is going to be a quick guide on things to check when your Policy based IPSec tunnels decide to not work properly with NAT enabled. Have this client, they were getting ready to migrate a bunch of IPSec tunnels from one of their client’s […]
I am in the middle of helping a client absorb one of their clients. This involves moving all of the client’s client’s (redundant I know) IPSec tunnels into my clients FortiGate. This is all fine and dandy. I do IPSec tunnels all the time. Unfortunately for me though, my client’s […]