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  • Fortigate 100A/VPN

    Hi,

    We have a Fortigate 100A/VPN device and a E1 circuit on WAN1.
    The Fortigate is doing nat to the lan side and hosts a vpn connection to another site.
    Is it possible to connect an adsl line to WAN2 and route vpn addresses to WAN1 and all the other (e.g. internet traffic) to WAN2 ?
    What I'm trying to accomplish is some kind of transparent internet proxy, so internet traffic won't need to pass trough the vpn (hosted by the E1), which is much slower. Can the Fortigate do that ?

    I know this is a cisco forum, but it's the closest match to my question.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Fortigate 100A/VPN

    I don't know about fortigate.
    However can you post a drawing to explain what you want to accomplish?
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    • #3
      Re: Fortigate 100A/VPN

      I'm pretty sure you could do that. I don't know the exact commands for the Fortigate, but you'd essentially be putting a route command that says anything not matching the VPN addresses would go out WAN2.

      I think this what you are looking to do, just switch WAN1 and WAN2.
      http://kc.forticare.com/default.asp?id=542&SID=&Lang=1

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