AnsweredPort Forwarding In FortiGate 100E

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2019/04/15 01:54:43 (permalink)
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Port Forwarding In FortiGate 100E

Hi Everyone,
 
How to enable the port forwarding for 5000 Synology and port 9999 CCTV ?
My company subscribed dynamic IP from ISP.
Last Friday, the vendor installed Fortigate 100E and he say only Static IP able to set port forwarding..
Could someone save my life?
Thank you.
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Re: Port Forwarding In FortiGate 100E 2019/04/15 04:12:11 (permalink)
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you must have Synology and CCTV on some subnet, in VIP bind each subnet to one static IP and put the port forwarding. 
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Re: Port Forwarding In FortiGate 100E 2019/04/15 04:51:09 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby Nelvin 2019/04/15 17:29:30
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Of course you can get access to your internal hosts even with a dynamic WAN IP.
Bind the WAN IP to a dynDNS name - even Fortinet offers a free dynDNS account.
Then, create a VIP (virtual IP, in 'Network') with external address "0.0.0.0" - as a stand-in for the changing dynamic WAN IP.
Create a policy from WAN to LAN, '0.0.0.0/0' to VIP (!), service whatever_appropriate, no NAT. That's all.

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Re: Port Forwarding In FortiGate 100E 2019/04/15 17:33:02 (permalink)
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I follow your instruction and its work.
So much thanks!
 
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