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system automation-destination

Use this command to set up HA clusters as destinations. Monitor events from any source in the Security Fabric and set up action responses to any destination.

History

The following table shows all newly added, changed, or removed entries as of FortiOS 6.0.

Command Description

config system automation-destination

New config command.

Set up action responses to any destination configured.

config system automation-destination
    edit {name}
    # Automation destinations.
        set name {string}   Name. size[35]
        set type {fortigate | ha-cluster}   Destination type.
                fortigate   FortiGate set as destination.
                ha-cluster  HA cluster set as destination.
        config destination
            edit {name}
            # Destinations.
                set name {string}   Destination. size[31]
            next
        set ha-group-id {integer}   Cluster group ID set for this destination (default = 0). range[0-255]
    next
end

system automation-destination

Use this command to set up HA clusters as destinations. Monitor events from any source in the Security Fabric and set up action responses to any destination.

History

The following table shows all newly added, changed, or removed entries as of FortiOS 6.0.

Command Description

config system automation-destination

New config command.

Set up action responses to any destination configured.

config system automation-destination
    edit {name}
    # Automation destinations.
        set name {string}   Name. size[35]
        set type {fortigate | ha-cluster}   Destination type.
                fortigate   FortiGate set as destination.
                ha-cluster  HA cluster set as destination.
        config destination
            edit {name}
            # Destinations.
                set name {string}   Destination. size[31]
            next
        set ha-group-id {integer}   Cluster group ID set for this destination (default = 0). range[0-255]
    next
end