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Firewall tags

Firewall tags are used in the following firewall integrations to control network access:

  • FortiGate

  • Palo Alto (VPN)

The tags are then used to build policies in the firewall.

Firewall tags are associated to Logical Networks in the firewall's Model Configuration in FortiNAC. When a host matches a Network Access Policy, FortiNAC sends the firewall tag associated with the applicable Logical Network. Upon receipt of the tag, the firewall applies the matching firewall policy.

Add or modify a firewall tag

  1. Click System > Settings.

  2. Expand the System Communication folder.

  3. Select Firewall Tags from the tree.

  4. Click Add or select an existing configuration and click Modify.

  5. Enter Tag Name.

  6. Click OK.

Delete a firewall tag

  1. Click System > Settings.

  2. Expand the System Communication folder.

  3. Select Firewall Tags from the tree.

  4. Click select an existing tag.

  5. Click Delete.

Firewall tags

Firewall tags are used in the following firewall integrations to control network access:

  • FortiGate

  • Palo Alto (VPN)

The tags are then used to build policies in the firewall.

Firewall tags are associated to Logical Networks in the firewall's Model Configuration in FortiNAC. When a host matches a Network Access Policy, FortiNAC sends the firewall tag associated with the applicable Logical Network. Upon receipt of the tag, the firewall applies the matching firewall policy.

Add or modify a firewall tag

  1. Click System > Settings.

  2. Expand the System Communication folder.

  3. Select Firewall Tags from the tree.

  4. Click Add or select an existing configuration and click Modify.

  5. Enter Tag Name.

  6. Click OK.

Delete a firewall tag

  1. Click System > Settings.

  2. Expand the System Communication folder.

  3. Select Firewall Tags from the tree.

  4. Click select an existing tag.

  5. Click Delete.