Re: FortiWIFI 60E Attacks on Port 80
First lets create the address object. Go to "Policy&Objects"-->"Addresses" and click "Create New"- "Address"
Set a desired name, for the "Type" choose "Geography", choose your desired country (the one you want to allow traffic), "Interface" = any and click "OK".
Then you have to create you VIP.
Go to "Policy&Objects"-->"Virtual IPs" and click "Create New" - "Virtual IP"
Set a desired name. At the "Interface" choose your external interface/internet (the source of the traffic). At the External IP Address/Range set your interface's ip address. At the Mapped IP Address/Range set your IIS ip address. Enable the "Port Forwarding" option and set the external and internal ports.
Lastly you have to create a rule to allow traffic go through.
Go to "Policy&Objects"-->"IPv4 Policy" and click "Create New"
Set a desired name, Incoming intrface= your external interface/internet, Outgoing interface=The interface where IIS is physicaly connected to, Source= the address object you created before with the country you want to allow, Destination=your previously created Virtual ip object, Service=All, Nat = enabled, Log all sessions, enable this policy (on) and click ok.
And now you must be ready to safely use your server