NOC and SOC example
In this example, you have configured your FortiGates, FortiAnalyzer and other devices in your Security Fabric. Now you want to use FortiExplorer for Apple TV to display the status of the devices on a TV in your Network Operation Center or Security Operation Center.
This topology has a Headquarter and two Branches. Within the Headquarter is the Enterprise Core and two FortiGates acting as ISFWs. In addition, an on-premise FortiAnalyzer collects all logging information from the fabric devices. The FortiClient EMS manages all the endpoints within the topology.
The two branches are configured with SD-WAN with VPN overlays to the Enterprise Core. Traffic is steered towards the overlays and underlays based on SD-WAN Rules.
Using FortiExplorer for Apple TV, you will be able to monitor the different components in this topology.
To take advantage of the views in the FortiExplorer for Apple TV, you should configure:
- Security Fabric on all FortiGates. See Configuring the root FortiGate and downstream FortiGates.
- FortiAnalyzer Logging. See Configuring FortiAnalyzer.
- FortiClient EMS. See FortiClient EMS