Which two statements about the neighbor-group command are true? (Choose two.)
The neighbor-group command in FortiOS allows for the application of common settings to a group of neighbors in OSPF, and can also be used to simplify configuration by applying common settings to both IBGP and EBGP neighbors. This grouping functionality is a part of the FortiOS CLI and is documented in the Fortinet CLI reference.
Refer to the exhibit, which shows a partial web filter profile conjuration
The access to www.facebook.com is blocked based on the URL Filter configuration.In the exhibit, it shows that the URL ''www.facebook.com'' is specifically set to ''Block'' under the URL Filter section1.Reference:=Fortigate: How to configure Web Filter function on Fortigate,Web filter | FortiGate / FortiOS 7.0.2 | Fortinet Document Library,FortiGate HTTPS web URL filtering ... - Fortinet ... - Fortinet Community
An administrator has configured two fortiGate devices for an HA cluster. While testing HA failover, the administrator notices that some of the switches in the network continue to send traffic to the former primary device What can the administrator do to fix this problem?
Virtual MAC Address and Failover
- The new primary broadcasts Gratuitous ARP packets to notify the network that each virtual MAC is now reachable through a different switch port.
- Some high-end switches might not clear their MAC table correctly after a failover - Solution: Force former primary to shut down all its interfaces for one second when the failover happens (excluding heartbeat and reserved management interfaces):
#Config system ha
set link-failed-signal enable
- This simulates a link failure that clears the related entries from MAC table of the switches.
In which two ways does fortiManager function when it is deployed as a local FDS? (Choose two)
The command output shows that the Neighbor Count is 2, indicating that there are more than one OSPF routers on the port3 network (Option A). NGFW-1 is also identified as the Designated Router (Option D).Reference:=OSPF | FortiGate / FortiOS 7.2.2 - Fortinet Documentation,OSPF configuration guide for ABR ... - Fortinet ... - Fortinet Community