Strange issue with lan to lan communication

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2020/02/11 14:46:24 (permalink)
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Strange issue with lan to lan communication

Hello all
 
So I have a Fortigate 60E that is linked to a Fortiswitch 108POE and a FAP221E in bridge mode as a network setup.
I recently picked up a small synology NAS (DS212J) connected it to the switch and powered it on. In FortiOS i see it has grabbed an IP address and in the CLI I can ping it no problem. I went to my laptop to set it up and nothing. the app to setup the synology (synology assistant) shows nothing and says can't find any servers. I tried ping from my laptop and i get nack Destination Host Unreachable. I have tried everything suggested and still can't get this working.
I also tried connecting my laptop directly to the switch and still the same thing.
On a side note I am unable to ping anything hard wired to the switch from my laptop connected over wifi.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated
 
Thanks in advance
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    Re: Strange issue with lan to lan communication 2020/02/12 08:35:26 (permalink)
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    Is the SSID binded to the same interface as the LAN connection (e.g. soft switch) or a separate subnet?  If separate the next question would be do you have any firewall policy polices allowing traffic between the two?

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    Re: Strange issue with lan to lan communication 2020/02/12 08:44:36 (permalink)
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    The SSID is in the same subnet as the lan.
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