Hot!where is the Documentation about ' diagnose'

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2014/08/14 20:08:50 (permalink)
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where is the Documentation about ' diagnose'

About the command ' debug' and ' diagnose'

I' m beginning
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    netmin
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    RE: where is the Documentation about ' diagnose' 2014/08/15 02:02:25 (permalink)
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    Some can be found in the docs (i.e. troubleshooting guides): http://docs.fortinet.com

    This wiki was mentioned in another post: http://wiki.diagnose.fortinet.com:1080/index.php/diagnose_command_tree
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    RE: where is the Documentation about ' diagnose' 2014/08/15 02:19:13 (permalink)
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    thanks

    I' m beginning
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    RE: where is the Documentation about ' diagnose' 2014/08/17 16:40:12 (permalink)
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    http://wiki.diagnose.fortinet.com:1080/index.php/diagnose_command_tree
    OK I' ll bite.

    What purpose for the :1080 port on this site!!??

    Our workplace web browsing policies forbid access to non-default ports (which I think is entirely reasonable). For that matter my home config would also block this traffic - but I make the rules at home :)

    Thanks for the link, I look forward to checking it out.
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    Re: RE: where is the Documentation about ' diagnose' 2019/09/03 05:39:20 (permalink)
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    Could some of you make another more simple documentation? I could try doing it with docsie but I don't have the privileges to pin it to the website and I don't really understand what's there.  I know that when you do documentation, it should be easy to understand for everyone and not make you ask more questions.
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