Helpful ReplyHot!Fortigate 30E ADSL2+

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2019/02/12 09:51:47 (permalink)
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Fortigate 30E ADSL2+

Hi !,
 
I'am french and I'am sorry I do not speak very well English.
 
I have a Fortigate 30E in 6.0.4 release. I would like to remove my operator modem to replace it with my Fortigate.
I have a ADSL2+ line with French Operator. I have a phone jack with an adsl filter and a RJ11 to RJ45 cable connector.
 
It's possible to connect the RJ45 on the wan port of my fortigate ?
 
I have the information about my ADSL line (IP, Gateway, Protocole...)
 
When I connect the cable rj45 on the wan port of my fortigate, no led flashes, everything must be configured for the port to flash?
 
Look at the pictures,
 
https://ibb.co/9HzdhYk

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post edited by s.gelineau - 2019/02/12 10:03:04

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Re: Fortigate 30E ADSL2+ 2019/02/12 10:22:10 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby lobstercreed 2019/02/12 10:48:46
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FortiGate 30E doesn't terminate any ADSL circuits. It terminates only Ethernet. If you want to handle IPs delivered by the ADSL provider, putting the ADSL modem/router to bridge mode (modem mode) so that the device just convert the signal format from ADSL to Ethernet.
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Re: Fortigate 30E ADSL2+ 2019/02/12 10:44:13 (permalink)
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Ok, that's what I thought, unfortunately the operators general public blocks the passage in bridge mode, I will just NAT all ports to my Fortigate.
 
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