- Go to System > Network > Interfaces and select the interface you need to add administrative access to. See Network for more information.
- Under Access Rights, for Admin access, select the types of access to allow.
- Select OK.
admin as the User Name and leave the Password field blank.
|HTTP access is not enabled by default. To enable access, use the
For security reasons, the host or domain names that the GUI responds to are restricted. The list of trusted hosts is automatically generated from the following:
- Configured hostname.
- Configured DNS domain name.
- Network interface IP addresses that have HTTP or HTTPS enabled.
- HA management IP addresses.
Additional IP addresses and host or domain names that the GUI responded to can be defined in the GUI Access settings. See System access for more information.
$ telnet -K 192.168.1.99
At the FortiAuthenticator login prompt, enter
admin. By default there is no password. When you are finished, use the
exit command to end the telnet session.
|CLI access using Telnet is not enabled by default. To enable access, use the
$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that, after three failed login attempts, the interface/connection will reset, and that SSH timeout is set to 60 seconds following an incomplete login or broken session.