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Configure Site to Site IPSec VPN Tunnel between Cisco Router and Paloalto Firewall

One end of IPSec tunnel is a Paloalto Firewall with Static Public IP address and the other end is Cisco router with Dynamic IP address and behind an Internet modem. You can refer for step by step guide to establish IPSec VPN tunnel between Paloalto Firewall and Cisco Router.

FortiGate Threat Feeds - Difference Between FortiGuard Category and IP Address

Security Fabric of FortiGate is the most promising feature in the latest FortiOS version. This feature performs dynamic security updates and automates several repeated tasks of firewall administrators, thus eliminates need of manual intervention in several aspects. In this article, we mention about two features of Fabric Connector - FortiGuard Continue Reading

Monitor Paloalto with OpManager

Step 1 - Configure SNMP in Paloalto Firewall Note: Paloalto Firewall supports SNMP version v2c and v3 and not v1. Configure SNMP Community String Login to Paloalto Firewall Go to Device > Setup > Operations tab > Click SNMP Setup under Miscellaneous Configure SNMP Community String and Save Use Event-specific Continue Reading

Fortigate IP Address Feed

Configure Fortigate IP Address Feed After spending several days, I figured out how to configure IP address feed on Fortigate firewall. This is one of demanding feature requested by most Fortigate administrators to ease their job. You can also download our free tool - Firewall Feed to easily manage text file Continue Reading

Setup Forticlient Remote Access VPN in FortiGate Firewall

Please read carefully -  All FortiGate appliances are bundled with 10 free license of managed Forticlient that performs 'Compliance Check'. If you go beyond 10, then additional license must be purchased. However, if you are using Forticlient for the purpose of VPN alone (without Compliance Check), then you don't require additional Continue Reading

Configure Paloalto Firewall to access External Dynamic List - Series II

Series II Configure Paloalto Firewall to access External Dynamic List We are assuming that your feed server is running on your local network and the feed URL is accessible as http://10.10.10.2/text15.txt Important Note: Paloalto External Dynamic List accepts feed in .txt format only and each entry must be on new Continue Reading