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Fortinet Exam NSE7_LED-7.0 Topic 1 Question 18 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE7_LED-7.0 exam
Question #: 18
Topic #: 1
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Refer to the exhibit.

Wireless guest users are unable to authenticate because they are getting a certificate error while loading the captive portal login page. This URL string is the HTTPS POST URL guest wireless users see when attempting to access the network using the web browser

Which two settings are the likely causes of the issue? (Choose two.)

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Suggested Answer: A, B

According to the exhibit, the wireless guest users are getting a certificate error while loading the captive portal login page. This means that the browser cannot verify the identity of the server that is hosting the login page. Therefore, option A is true because the external server FQDN is incorrect, which means that it does not match the common name or subject alternative name of the server certificate. Option B is also true because the wireless user's browser is missing a CA certificate, which means that it does not have the root or intermediate certificate that issued the server certificate. Option C is false because the FortiGate authentication interface address is using HTTPS, which is a secure protocol that encrypts the communication between the browser and the server. Option D is false because the user address is not in DDNS form, which is not related to the certificate error.


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Kerrie
14 days ago
Makes sense. But I also consider the wireless user's browser could be missing a CA certificate.
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Sylvie
23 days ago
I think the issue might be with the external server FQDN being incorrect. What do you think?
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Phil
28 days ago
Yeah, quite tricky. Any thoughts on the correct settings?
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Stephanie
29 days ago
Did you see that question about wireless guest users and certificate errors?
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