- 1. SSL VPN Web/Tunnel Mode
- 2. Site-to-Site IPsec VPN
- 3. VIP Port Forwarding (5.4)
- 4. Redundant Internet with SD-WAN
- 5. Traffic Shaping Limiting Bandwidth
- 6. Cookbook - Basic FortiGate Setup
- 7. IPsec VPN with FortiClient
- 8. High Availability Setup
- 9. Setting up WiFi with FortiAP
- 10. User & Device Authentication
- 11. Basic FortiGate Setup
- 12. FortiOS 6.0 GUI Tips and Tricks
- 13. Cookbook - Redundant Internet
- 14. Cookbook - Logging Traffic and Using FortiView
- 15. How to Purchase or Renew FortiGuard Services (6.0)
- 16. Device MAC Access Control
- 17. Cookbook - Blocking Facebook
- 18. Cookbook - Basic Firewall Policies
- 19. FortiAnalyzer Reporting Overview
- 20. Blocking Social Media
- 21. Cookbook - SSL VPN Web and Tunnel Mode
- 22. How to Purchase or Renew FortiGuard Services
- 23. FortiOS 6.2 GUI Tips and Tricks
- 24. What's New in FortiOS 6.0?
- 25. Virtual Domains in FortiOS 5.4.
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Virtual Domains in FortiOS 5.4.
In this video, you will learn how to use virtual domains (VDOMs) to host multiple FortiOS instances on a single FortiGate. In this example, two companies (called Company A and Company B) use the same FortiGate but have different Internet service providers (ISPs). To provide both companies with network and Internet connectivity, each company has its own VDOM (called VDOM-A and VDOM-B) that are managed independently. The root VDOM will be used to manage the FortiGateâ€™s global settings. VDOM-A will be used for direct internet access, using 2 interfaces. VDOM-B will have a more complex internal network, using 5 interfaces. Visit Fortinet's documentation library at http://docs.fortinet.com or our video portal at http://video.fortinet.com. Best viewed in 1080p.