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Table of Contents

CLI Reference

execute fctems

Use the following commands to check or configure the EMS server certificate for your FortiClient EMS connector.

execute fctems is-verified

Use this command to check if the configured EMS server has a verified certificate.

Syntax

execute fctems is-verified <datasource>

Example

ADC# execute fctems is-verified ems-226

Configured FortiClient EMS has been verified.

execute fctems test-connectivity

Use this command to test the connectivity of the FortiClient EMS server.

This provides the connection status of your FortiClient EMS connector configuration. If the connection is not successful, further detail is provided for the status condition.

Syntax

execute fctems test-connectivity <datasource>

Example

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-226

Connection test had an error -2: EMS server connection failed. Authentication denied.

 

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-223

Connection test was successful.

execute fctems unverify

Use this command to unverify the FortiClient EMS server.

Syntax

execute fctems unverify <datasource>

Example

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-226

FortiClient EMS certificate successfully unverified.

execute fctems verify

Use this command to verify the FortiClient EMS server. In order for the FortiClient EMS and FortiADC to communicate, FortiClient EMS provides an EMS server certificate. This certificate must be reviewed for correctness, and accepted if deemed valid. You will be prompted to trust the remote certificate to complete the verification.

After you have verified the EMS server certificate is verified, you need to authorize the FortiADC as a Fabric Device in FortiClient EMS.

Syntax

execute fctems verify <datasource>

...

Do you wish to add the above certificate to trusted remote certificates? Do you want to continue? (y/n)

Example

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-226

Subject: C = US, ST = California, L = Sunnyvale, O = Fortinet, OU = FortiClient, CN = FCTEMS8822003243, emailAddress = support@fortinet.com

...

Do you wish to add the above certificate to trusted remote certificates? Do you want to continue? y

Certificate successfully configured and verified.

execute fctems

Use the following commands to check or configure the EMS server certificate for your FortiClient EMS connector.

execute fctems is-verified

Use this command to check if the configured EMS server has a verified certificate.

Syntax

execute fctems is-verified <datasource>

Example

ADC# execute fctems is-verified ems-226

Configured FortiClient EMS has been verified.

execute fctems test-connectivity

Use this command to test the connectivity of the FortiClient EMS server.

This provides the connection status of your FortiClient EMS connector configuration. If the connection is not successful, further detail is provided for the status condition.

Syntax

execute fctems test-connectivity <datasource>

Example

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-226

Connection test had an error -2: EMS server connection failed. Authentication denied.

 

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-223

Connection test was successful.

execute fctems unverify

Use this command to unverify the FortiClient EMS server.

Syntax

execute fctems unverify <datasource>

Example

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-226

FortiClient EMS certificate successfully unverified.

execute fctems verify

Use this command to verify the FortiClient EMS server. In order for the FortiClient EMS and FortiADC to communicate, FortiClient EMS provides an EMS server certificate. This certificate must be reviewed for correctness, and accepted if deemed valid. You will be prompted to trust the remote certificate to complete the verification.

After you have verified the EMS server certificate is verified, you need to authorize the FortiADC as a Fabric Device in FortiClient EMS.

Syntax

execute fctems verify <datasource>

...

Do you wish to add the above certificate to trusted remote certificates? Do you want to continue? (y/n)

Example

ADC# execute fctems test-connectivity ems-226

Subject: C = US, ST = California, L = Sunnyvale, O = Fortinet, OU = FortiClient, CN = FCTEMS8822003243, emailAddress = support@fortinet.com

...

Do you wish to add the above certificate to trusted remote certificates? Do you want to continue? y

Certificate successfully configured and verified.