Learn how to run your FortiGate Firewall from 0 to FortiHero in this class.
What you’ll learn
Configure and manage the FortiGate Firewall, then.
It’s time to start working with GNS3.
Manage the FortiGate firewall.
Deployment Modes for FortiGate Firewalls.
First access to the Fortigate machine.
High Availability can be achieved with FortiGate Firewalls.
In this case, Nat and Port Forwarding.
Configuration of interfaces (VLANs, Redundant, LAG).
Static and Dynamic Route Planning.
Configuration of SD-WAN.
IPSEC and SSL.
LDAP and FSSO are used for authentication.
People can back up their settings and more with this.
You should have some knowledge of TCP/IP and how to protect yourself.
The ability to understand the basics of switching and routing.
If you want to learn how to run your Fortigate firewall from the ground up, this is the course for you. There are labs in this course that teach you how to set up, manage, and troubleshoot your FortiGate firewall. Because this is a practical course, I want you to finish each lab as soon as possible for better understanding because one of the best ways to learn is by doing. GNS3 will be used to make labs. When we take this class together, I’ll show you how to set it up and use it. In the course, we’ll see all of the things that you as an administrator will have to deal with, like: – The basics: – setting up interfaces, such as vlans, LACP, and more. – Configuration Backup and Restore, as well. With Email Alerts: – Both static and dynamic routes. – Port forwarding, too. – Firewall Policies can let or block traffic. In this example, “FSSO.” – LDAP compatibility, as well. – SSL and IPSEC. – A lot of space. – Traffic Shaper: In this case, SD-WAN is used. More to come, as well.
Who this course is for:
In this group, we’re going to talk about network security.
Professionals who have worked with other types of firewalls.
Anyone who wants to learn how to set up and run a FortiGate Firewall.
Last updated: 12/2021 | Size: 2.2 GB Click to get: