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  1. On Edge, go to Dashboard > Main. The Security Fabric widget displays the names of the FortiGates in the Security Fabric.

    The icons on the top of the widget indicate the other Fortinet devices that can be used in a Security Fabric. Devices in blue are detected in your network, devices in gray aren’t detected in your network, and devices in red are also not detected in your network but are recommended for a Security Fabric.

    If either of this widgets doesn’t appear on your dashboard, you can add them using the settings button in the bottom right corner.

     

  2. Go to Security Fabric > Physical Topology. This page shows a visualization of access layer devices in the Security Fabric.

  3. Go to Security Fabric > Logical Topology. This dashboard displays information about the interface (logical or physical) that each device in the Security Fabric connects.

  4. On the FortiAnalyzer, go to Device Manager. The FortiGates are now shown as part of a Security Fabric group. The * beside Edge indicates that it’s the root FortiGate in the Security Fabric.

  5. Right-click on the Security Fabric group and select Fabric Topology. The topology of the Security Fabric is displayed.

For further reading, check out Configuring the Security Fabric in the FortiOS 6.0 Online Help.

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  1. On Edge, go to Dashboard > Main. The Security Fabric widget displays the names of the FortiGates in the Security Fabric.

    The icons on the top of the widget indicate the other Fortinet devices that can be used in a Security Fabric. Devices in blue are detected in your network, devices in gray aren’t detected in your network, and devices in red are also not detected in your network but are recommended for a Security Fabric.

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  2. Go to Security Fabric > Physical Topology. This page shows a visualization of access layer devices in the Security Fabric.

  3. Go to Security Fabric > Logical Topology. This dashboard displays information about the interface (logical or physical) that each device in the Security Fabric connects.

  4. On the FortiAnalyzer, go to Device Manager. The FortiGates are now shown as part of a Security Fabric group. The * beside Edge indicates that it’s the root FortiGate in the Security Fabric.

  5. Right-click on the Security Fabric group and select Fabric Topology. The topology of the Security Fabric is displayed.

For further reading, check out Configuring the Security Fabric in the FortiOS 6.0 Online Help.