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2018/12/06 02:19:06 (permalink)
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ask - Multi DDNS on 1 appliance

Hi there,
 
Fortigate provide DDNS for 1 ID.
if I have 3 WAN connection, can I register to 3 ID different? 1 WAN connection has 1 ID ddns.
 
if yes, how to do that?
 
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Re: ask - Multi DDNS on 1 appliance 2018/12/06 17:12:52 (permalink)
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hi, just want to add information.
 
what i mean multi ddns,will be like below:
WAN1, assigned to DDNS abc.fortiddns.com
WAN2, assigned to DDNS cba.fortiddns.com
WAN3, assigned to DDNS xyz.fortiddns.com
 
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Re: ask - Multi DDNS on 1 appliance 2018/12/09 23:15:24 (permalink)
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hello, any possibility here?
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Re: ask - Multi DDNS on 1 appliance 2018/12/10 00:19:22 (permalink)
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Hi,
 
Go into CLI mode 
Then
 
config system ddns
edit 1
set ddns-server FortiGuardDDNS
set ddns-domain "wan1xxx.fortiddns.com"
set use-public-ip enable
set monitor-interface "wan1"
set update-interval 180
next
edit 1
set ddns-server FortiGuardDDNS
set ddns-domain "wan2xxx.fortiddns.com"
set use-public-ip enable
set monitor-interface "wan2"
set update-interval 180
next
end
 
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Re: ask - Multi DDNS on 1 appliance 2018/12/10 06:41:03 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby lobstercreed 2018/12/11 17:47:04
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They should start with 'edit 0'. "edit 1" twice will overwrite the existing entry 1 while "edit 0" will use the next available entry.

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