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Cookbook

Configuring the FortiAnalyzer

To use the FortiAnalyzer in the Security Fabric, make sure that the firmware is compatible with the version of FortiOS on the FortiGates. To check for compatibility, see the FortiAnalyzer Release Notes.

  1. To edit the port on FortiAnalyzer that connects to Edge (in the example, port4), go to System Settings > Network and select All Interfaces.

  2. Set IP Address/Netmask to the IP address that you use to configure the Security Fabric settings on Edge (192.168.65.10/255.255.255.0).

  3. Add a Default Gateway, using the IP address of port 16 on Edge.

    Note

    The Default Gateway setting may not appear until you save the settings with the new IP address.

  4. Go to Device Manager. The FortiGate devices are listed as Unregistered.

  5. Select the FortiGate devices, then select +Add.

  6. The FortiGate devices now appear as Registered.

  7. After a moment, a warning icon appears beside Edge because the FortiAnalyzer needs administrative access to the root FortiGate in the Security Fabric.

    Note

    You may need to refresh the page before the icon appears.

  8. Double-click on the FortiGate to enter the Authentication information.

  9. On Edge, go to Security Fabric > Settings. FortiAnalyzer Logging now shows Storage usage information.

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Configuring the FortiAnalyzer

To use the FortiAnalyzer in the Security Fabric, make sure that the firmware is compatible with the version of FortiOS on the FortiGates. To check for compatibility, see the FortiAnalyzer Release Notes.

  1. To edit the port on FortiAnalyzer that connects to Edge (in the example, port4), go to System Settings > Network and select All Interfaces.

  2. Set IP Address/Netmask to the IP address that you use to configure the Security Fabric settings on Edge (192.168.65.10/255.255.255.0).

  3. Add a Default Gateway, using the IP address of port 16 on Edge.

    Note

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  4. Go to Device Manager. The FortiGate devices are listed as Unregistered.

  5. Select the FortiGate devices, then select +Add.

  6. The FortiGate devices now appear as Registered.

  7. After a moment, a warning icon appears beside Edge because the FortiAnalyzer needs administrative access to the root FortiGate in the Security Fabric.

    Note

    You may need to refresh the page before the icon appears.

  8. Double-click on the FortiGate to enter the Authentication information.

  9. On Edge, go to Security Fabric > Settings. FortiAnalyzer Logging now shows Storage usage information.