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Enhance Security Fabric configuration for FortiSandbox Cloud

Creating an instance of FortiSandbox on FortiCloud can be configured from the Fabric Connectors page in the GUI. In the Cloud Sandbox Settings, you can choose between connecting to FortiGate Cloud or FortiSandbox Cloud. Connecting to FortiSandbox Cloud will automatically use the cloud user ID of the FortiGate to connect to the correct FortiSandbox Cloud account.

Requirements

The following items are required to initialize FortiSandbox Cloud:

  • A FortiCloud premium account.
  • A valid FSAC contract on the FortiGate. To view contract information in the CLI, enter diagnose test update info. The User ID at the end of the output lets FortiCloud to know which FortiSandbox Cloud account the FortiGate is connected to.

FortiSandbox Cloud requires the following licenses:

  • FortiCloud premium license
  • FortiSandbox Cloud entitlement
  • FortiGate license (register the FortiGate on the same account as the FortiCloud license)
To configure FortiSandbox Cloud in the GUI:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > Fabric Connectors and double-click the Cloud Sandbox card.
  2. Set Status to Enable.
  3. For Type, select FortiSandbox Cloud.

    Tooltip

    If the FortiSandbox Cloud option is grayed out or not visible, enter the following in the CLI:

    config system global
        set gui-fortigate-cloud-sandbox enable
    end
  4. Click OK.
To configure FortiSandbox Cloud in the CLI:
config system fortisandbox 
    set status enable
    set forticloud enable
    set server "fortisandboxcloud.com"
end
To switch from Cloud Sandbox to FortiSandbox in the Security Fabric:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > Fabric Connectors and double-click the Cloud Sandbox card.
  2. Set Status to Disable.
  3. Click OK.
  4. In the CLI, enter the following.
    config system fortisandbox
        set status enable
        set forticloud disable
        set server <address>
    end

    The FortiSandbox card is now visible in the Other Fortinet Products section.

Enhance Security Fabric configuration for FortiSandbox Cloud

Creating an instance of FortiSandbox on FortiCloud can be configured from the Fabric Connectors page in the GUI. In the Cloud Sandbox Settings, you can choose between connecting to FortiGate Cloud or FortiSandbox Cloud. Connecting to FortiSandbox Cloud will automatically use the cloud user ID of the FortiGate to connect to the correct FortiSandbox Cloud account.

Requirements

The following items are required to initialize FortiSandbox Cloud:

  • A FortiCloud premium account.
  • A valid FSAC contract on the FortiGate. To view contract information in the CLI, enter diagnose test update info. The User ID at the end of the output lets FortiCloud to know which FortiSandbox Cloud account the FortiGate is connected to.

FortiSandbox Cloud requires the following licenses:

  • FortiCloud premium license
  • FortiSandbox Cloud entitlement
  • FortiGate license (register the FortiGate on the same account as the FortiCloud license)
To configure FortiSandbox Cloud in the GUI:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > Fabric Connectors and double-click the Cloud Sandbox card.
  2. Set Status to Enable.
  3. For Type, select FortiSandbox Cloud.

    Tooltip

    If the FortiSandbox Cloud option is grayed out or not visible, enter the following in the CLI:

    config system global
        set gui-fortigate-cloud-sandbox enable
    end
  4. Click OK.
To configure FortiSandbox Cloud in the CLI:
config system fortisandbox 
    set status enable
    set forticloud enable
    set server "fortisandboxcloud.com"
end
To switch from Cloud Sandbox to FortiSandbox in the Security Fabric:
  1. Go to Security Fabric > Fabric Connectors and double-click the Cloud Sandbox card.
  2. Set Status to Disable.
  3. Click OK.
  4. In the CLI, enter the following.
    config system fortisandbox
        set status enable
        set forticloud disable
        set server <address>
    end

    The FortiSandbox card is now visible in the Other Fortinet Products section.