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CLI Reference

system fortisandbox

Use this command to configure FortiWeb to submit all files that match your upload restriction rules to FortiSandbox.

FortiSandbox evaluates whether the file poses a threat and returns the result to FortiWeb. If FortiSandbox determines that the file is malicious, FortiWeb performs the following tasks:

  • Generates an attack log message that contains the result.
  • For 10 minutes after it receives the FortiSandbox results, takes the action specified by the file security policy. During this time, it does not re-submit the file to FortiSandbox.

To use this command, your administrator account’s access control profile must have either w or rw permission to the sysgrp area. For details, see Permissions.

Syntax

config system fortisandbox

set type {fsa | cloud}

set server "<server_ipv4>"

set cache-timeout <timeout_int>

set email "<email_str>"

set interval <interval_int>

set elog {enable | disable}

end

Variable Description Default

type {fsa | cloud}

Specify whether FortiWeb submits files that match the upload restriction rules to a FortiSandbox physical appliance (or FortiSandbox-VM) or to FortiSandbox Cloud.

The FortiSandbox Cloud option requires you to register your FortiWeb and a FortiWeb FortiGuard Sandbox Cloud Service subscription.

fsa

server "<server_ipv4>"

Enter the IP address of the FortiSandbox to send files to.

Available only when type is fsa.

No default.

cache-timeout <timeout_int>

Enter how long FortiWeb waits before it clears the hash table entry for an uploaded file that was evaluated by FortiSandbox, in hours.

The valid range is 1–168.

FortiWeb stores file evaluation results from FortiSandbox in a hash table. Whenever a client uploads a file, FortiWeb looks for a table entry that matches it. If there is a matching entry, FortiWeb takes action based on the stored result. If there is no matching entry, FortiWeb sends the file to FortiSandbox for evaluation.

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email "<email_str>"

Enter the email address that FortiSandbox sends weekly reports and notifications to.

No default.

interval <interval_int>

Enter a number that specifies how often FortiWeb retrieves statistics from FortiSandbox, in minutes.

5

elog {enable | disable}

Enter so that FortiWeb will report event logs when it successfully submits files to FortiSandbox.

disable

Example

This example creates a connection to a FortiSandbox at 192.0.2.2 that retrieves statistics at the default interval (5 minutes) and sends a weekly report to admin@example.com.

config system fortisandbox

set server "192.0.2.2"

set ssl enable

set email "admin@example.com"

end

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system fortisandbox

Use this command to configure FortiWeb to submit all files that match your upload restriction rules to FortiSandbox.

FortiSandbox evaluates whether the file poses a threat and returns the result to FortiWeb. If FortiSandbox determines that the file is malicious, FortiWeb performs the following tasks:

  • Generates an attack log message that contains the result.
  • For 10 minutes after it receives the FortiSandbox results, takes the action specified by the file security policy. During this time, it does not re-submit the file to FortiSandbox.

To use this command, your administrator account’s access control profile must have either w or rw permission to the sysgrp area. For details, see Permissions.

Syntax

config system fortisandbox

set type {fsa | cloud}

set server "<server_ipv4>"

set cache-timeout <timeout_int>

set email "<email_str>"

set interval <interval_int>

set elog {enable | disable}

end

Variable Description Default

type {fsa | cloud}

Specify whether FortiWeb submits files that match the upload restriction rules to a FortiSandbox physical appliance (or FortiSandbox-VM) or to FortiSandbox Cloud.

The FortiSandbox Cloud option requires you to register your FortiWeb and a FortiWeb FortiGuard Sandbox Cloud Service subscription.

fsa

server "<server_ipv4>"

Enter the IP address of the FortiSandbox to send files to.

Available only when type is fsa.

No default.

cache-timeout <timeout_int>

Enter how long FortiWeb waits before it clears the hash table entry for an uploaded file that was evaluated by FortiSandbox, in hours.

The valid range is 1–168.

FortiWeb stores file evaluation results from FortiSandbox in a hash table. Whenever a client uploads a file, FortiWeb looks for a table entry that matches it. If there is a matching entry, FortiWeb takes action based on the stored result. If there is no matching entry, FortiWeb sends the file to FortiSandbox for evaluation.

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email "<email_str>"

Enter the email address that FortiSandbox sends weekly reports and notifications to.

No default.

interval <interval_int>

Enter a number that specifies how often FortiWeb retrieves statistics from FortiSandbox, in minutes.

5

elog {enable | disable}

Enter so that FortiWeb will report event logs when it successfully submits files to FortiSandbox.

disable

Example

This example creates a connection to a FortiSandbox at 192.0.2.2 that retrieves statistics at the default interval (5 minutes) and sends a weekly report to admin@example.com.

config system fortisandbox

set server "192.0.2.2"

set ssl enable

set email "admin@example.com"

end

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