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New management extension - FortiAIOps 7.0.1

This feature adds the FortiAIOps application as a management extension application (MEA). FortiAIOps helps network administrators monitor, identify, and troubleshoot wired and wireless networks or devices and connected users or clients.

It analyzes data based on the SLAs configured on the Configuration tab, and displays the data on the Monitor tab. Data is retained two days for analyzing.

FortiAIOps MEA includes a default license that supports one FortiGate device. If you want to analyze data from two or more FortiGate devices, you can purchase a license, and use the Devices tab to upload the license to the Licenses section.

By default, FortiAIOps MEA is disabled. You can enable FortiAIOps MEA by using the GUI or the CLI.

For information about minimum system resources recommended for FortiManager when using FortiAIOps MEA, see the FortiManager Release Notes.

For information about using FortiAIOps MEA, see the FortiAIOps 1.0.0 User Guide.

The following CLI commands are available for FortiAIOps MEA:

  • config system docker
  • diagnose docker status
  • diagnose docker upgrade fortiaiops
To enable FortiAIOps MEA by using the GUI:
  1. Ensure you are logged in to FortiManager by using an administrator account that is assigned a Super_User profile.
  2. Go to Management Extensions, and click FortiAIOps.

    A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

  3. In the confirmation dialog box, click OK.

    As long as FortiManager has access to the Internet, FortiAIOps MEA is downloaded from the Fortinet registry (registry.fortinet.com). A progress bar displays under the FortiAIOps tile.

    After FortiAIOps is downloaded, the FortiAIOps tile is available.

  4. Click FortiAIOps.

    The Monitor tab is displayed by default.

  5. Click the Devices tab to access information about licenses and devices.

  6. Click the Configuration tab to configure SLA.

New management extension - FortiAIOps 7.0.1

This feature adds the FortiAIOps application as a management extension application (MEA). FortiAIOps helps network administrators monitor, identify, and troubleshoot wired and wireless networks or devices and connected users or clients.

It analyzes data based on the SLAs configured on the Configuration tab, and displays the data on the Monitor tab. Data is retained two days for analyzing.

FortiAIOps MEA includes a default license that supports one FortiGate device. If you want to analyze data from two or more FortiGate devices, you can purchase a license, and use the Devices tab to upload the license to the Licenses section.

By default, FortiAIOps MEA is disabled. You can enable FortiAIOps MEA by using the GUI or the CLI.

For information about minimum system resources recommended for FortiManager when using FortiAIOps MEA, see the FortiManager Release Notes.

For information about using FortiAIOps MEA, see the FortiAIOps 1.0.0 User Guide.

The following CLI commands are available for FortiAIOps MEA:

  • config system docker
  • diagnose docker status
  • diagnose docker upgrade fortiaiops
To enable FortiAIOps MEA by using the GUI:
  1. Ensure you are logged in to FortiManager by using an administrator account that is assigned a Super_User profile.
  2. Go to Management Extensions, and click FortiAIOps.

    A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

  3. In the confirmation dialog box, click OK.

    As long as FortiManager has access to the Internet, FortiAIOps MEA is downloaded from the Fortinet registry (registry.fortinet.com). A progress bar displays under the FortiAIOps tile.

    After FortiAIOps is downloaded, the FortiAIOps tile is available.

  4. Click FortiAIOps.

    The Monitor tab is displayed by default.

  5. Click the Devices tab to access information about licenses and devices.

  6. Click the Configuration tab to configure SLA.