LED Power Status HA Alarm Left LED Ports 1 to 10 Right LED Ports 1 to 10 State Description Green The FortiGate unit is on. Off The FortiGate unit is off. QuickStart Guide FortiGate-310B-LENC Green Flashes during startup Off The FortiGate unit is running normally. Green The FortiGate unit is running in HA mode. Off The FortiGate unit is not in HA mode. Amber TBD Off The FortiGate unit is running normally. Green The correct cable is in use and the connected equipment has power. Off No network cable connected. NP2 Powered Green Network speed of 1000 megabyte. Yellow Network speed of 100 megabyte. Off Network speed of 10 megabyte. STATUS ALARM POWER HA 310B-LENC 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 USB 9/10 ASM CONSOLE Visit these links for more information and documentation for your Fortinet product. © Copyright 2008 Fortinet Incorporated. All rights reserved. Products mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Regulatory Compliance FCC Class B Part 15 CSA/CUS 14 October 2008 • Technical Documentation - http://docs.forticare.com • Fortinet Knowledge Center - http://kc.forticare.com • Fortinet Technical Support - http://support.fortinet.com 01-30006-0475-20081014 Package Contents Connector Type Speed Protocol Description Internal RJ-45 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet 10-port switch connection to up to ten devices or the internal network. CONSOLE RJ-45 9600 bps 8/N/1 RS-232 serial Optional connection to the management computer. Provides access to the command line interface. USB USB USB Optional connection for USB key for firmware backup and installation. RJ-45 serial connection 10 port switch Status LEDs Power LED USB AMC single-width module slot QuickStart Guide FortiGate-310B-LENC NP2 Powered 310B Tools and Documenation STATUS Copyright 2008 Fortinet Incorporated. All rights reserved. Trademarks Products mentioned in this document are trademarks. ALARM POWER HA 310B-LENC 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 9/10 USB ASM CONSOLE Rack-Mount Brackets Redundant DC power connection Welcome | Bienvenue | Willkommen | 歓迎 | Bienvenido | Benvenuto AC power connection Straight-through Ethernet cable AC Power Cable RJ-45 to DB-9 Serial Cable Connecting Connect the following to the FortiGate unit. Ensure the FortiGate unit is placed on a stable surface. • RJ-45 to DB-9 serial cable connects to management computer Ethernet cables connect to computers on the internal network and to the Internet (public switch or router) Insert a network cable to port 1. Insert the other end to the router connected to the Internet, or to the modem. NP2 Powered STATUS • Connect a network cable to the Internal port. Insert the other end to a computer or switch. • Connect the AC Power Cord to the Power Supply. • Connect the redundant DC Power Supply to the FortiGate unit if applicable. • Connect the Power Cord to a surge protected power bar or power supply. ALARM POWER 310B-LENC HA 1/2 3/4 5/6 7/8 9/10 USB CONSOLE Redundant DC power supply ASM Power cable connects to power supply Configuration Tools Web-based manager Command Line Interface (CLI) The FortiGate web-based manager is an easy to use management tool. Use it to configure the administrator password, the interface and default gateway addresses, and the DNS server addresses. The CLI is a full-featured management tool. Use it to configure the administrator password, the interface addresses, the default gateway address, and the DNS server addresses. To configure advanced settings, see the Tools and Documentation CD included with the FortiGate unit. Requirements: • An Ethernet connection between the FortiGate unit and management computer. • A web browser such as FireFox or Internet Explorer on the management computer. Requirements: • The RJ-45 to DB9 serial connection between the FortiGate unit and management computer. • A terminal emulation application (HyperTerminal for Windows) on the management computer. Collecting Information NAT/Route Mode Port General settings IP: ____.____.____.____ Administrator password: Netmask: ____.____.____.____ Network Settings: Default Gateway: ____.____.____.____ IP: ____.____.____.____ Primary DNS Server: ____.____.____.____ Netmask: ____.____.____.____ Secondary DNS Server: ____.____.____.____ IP: ____.____.____.____ Netmask: ____.____.____.____ Port IP: ____.____.____.____ Netmask: ____.____.____.____ Port IP: ____.____.____.____ Netmask: ____.____.____.____ Port Port The internal interface IP address and netmask must be valid for the internal network. Transparent mode Management IP: IP: ____.____.____.____ Netmask: ____.____.____.____ The management IP address and netmask must be valid for the network from which you will manage the FortiGate unit. A default gateway is required for the FortiGate unit to route connections to the Internet. Factory default settings NAT/Route mode Transparent mode Port 1 interface 192.168.1.99 Management IP Port 2 interface 192.168.100.99 Administrative account settings 0.0.0.0 Port 3 interface 192.168.101.99 User name admin DHCP server on Internal interface 192.168.1.110 – 192.168.1.210 Password (none) To reset the FortiGate unit to the factory defaults, in the CLI type the command execute factory reset Configuring NAT/Route mode Transparent mode You would typically use NAT/Route mode when the FortiGate unit is deployed as a gateway between private and public networks. In its default NAT/Route mode configuration, the unit functions as a firewall. Firewall policies control communications through the FortiGate unit. You would typically use the FortiGate unit in Transparent mode on a private network behind an existing firewall or behind a router. In its default Transparent mode configuration, the unit functions as a firewall. Upgrading to High Encryption This FortiGate unit has a factory installed low encryption feature set. You can purchase a high encryption upgrade within 90 days of shipment from Fortinet. Fortinet Technical Support can provide a high encryption license key once you have provided suitable documentation that the necessary export licenses have been granted for your region, and our legal department has authorized the use of high encryption. When you receive the high encryption license key, in the CLI, enter the command exec crypto-license <high-enc-key>. Fortinet does not guarantee that the customer will receive a export license upon purchase of the product or license key. Web-based Manager Command Line Interface 1. Connect the FortiGate internal interface to a management computer Ethernet interface. Use a cross-over Ethernet cable to connect the devices directly. Use straight-through Ethernet cables to connect the devices through a hub or switch. 2. Configure the management computer to be on the same subnet as the internal interface of the FortiGate unit. To do this, change the IP address of the management computer to 192.168.1.2 and the netmask to 255.255.255.0. 3. To access the FortiGate web-based manager, start Internet Explorer and browse to https://192.168.1.99 (remember to include the “s” in https://). 4. Type admin in the Name field and select Login. 1. Use the RJ-45 to DB9 serial cable to connect the FortiGate Console port to the management computer serial port. 2. Start a terminal emulation program (HyperTerminal) on the management computer. Use these settings: 3. Baud Rate (bps) 9600, Data bits 8, Parity None, Stop bits 1, and Flow Control None. 4. At the Login: prompt, type admin and press Enter twice (no password required). NAT/Route mode To change the administrator password 1. Go to System > Admin > Administrators. 2. Select Change Password for the admin administrator and enter a new password. To configure interfaces 1. Go to System > Network > Interface. 2. Select the edit icon for each interface to configure. 3. Set the addressing mode for the interface. (See the online help for information.) • For manual addressing, enter the IP address and netmask for the interface. • For DHCP addressing, select DHCP and any required settings. • For PPPoE addressing, select PPPoE, and enter the username and password and any other required settings. To configure the Primary and Secondary DNS server IP addresses 1. Go to System > Network > Options, enter the Primary and Secondary DNS IP addresses that you recorded above and select Apply. To configure a Default Gateway 1. Go to Router > Static and select Edit icon for the static route. 2. Set Gateway to the Default Gateway IP address you recorded above and select OK. Transparent mode To switch from NAT/route mode to transparent mode 1. Go to System > Config > Operation Mode and select Transparent. 2. Set the Management IP/Netmask to 192.168.1.99/24. 3. Set a default Gateway and select Apply. To change the administrator password 1. Go to System > Admin > Administrators. 2. Select Change Password for the admin administrator and enter a new password. To change the management interface 1. Go to System > Config > Operation Mode. 2. Enter the Management IP address and netmask that you recorded above and select Apply. NAT/Route mode 1. Configure the FortiGate internal interface. config system interface edit internal set ip <intf_ip>/<netmask_ip> end 2. Repeat to configure each interface, for example, to configure the WAN1 interface. config system interface edit wan1 ... 3. Configure the primary and secondary DNS server IP addresses. config system dns set primary <dns-server_ip> set secondary <dns-server_ip> end 4. Configure the default gateway. config router static edit 1 set gateway <gateway_ip> end Transparent Mode 1. Change from NAT/Route mode to Transparent mode and configure the Management IP address. config system settings set opmode transparent set manageip <mng_ip>/<netmask> set gateway <gateway_ip> end 2. Configure the DNS server IP address. config system dns set primary <dns-server_ip> set secondary <dns-server_ip> end To configure the Primary and Secondary DNS server IP addresses 1. Go to System > Network > Options, enter the Primary and Secondary DNS IP addresses that you recorded above and select Apply. Refer to the Tools and Documentation CD for information on how to control traffic, and how to configure HA, antivirus protection, FortiGuard, Web content filtering, Spam filtering, intrusion prevention (IPS), and virtual private networking (VPN).