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Our monthly discussion of security issues for IT pros has Keith Shaw from IDG Enterprise chatting with Derek Manky, North American threat researcher for Fortinet. This month, we jump into Windows 8 security features worth looking at, why it’s probably better to upgrade from an earlier Windows version, and what’s going on with the near-field communications hack of the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone.
With this video, you’re going to learn how to secure your FortiGate unit’s wifi networks, allowing only authorized users to access the network and the web. Securing your network will prevent unwanted traffic, and allow you to monitor and track usage from client devices, by using DHCP to assign each one a unique IP address.
With this video, you’re going to learn how to set up your FortiGate unit to receive two simultaneous redundant connections from two Internet Service Providers. Having redundant connections can protect you from outages or traffic overloads, and the FortiGate unit will automatically switch to the second connection if the first fails, and when the first connection is restored it will automatically take over again. If both connections are working properly, they will share the load.
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In this example procedure, you will add a FortiGate unit to an existing network without changing the configuration of the network. The network is connected to the Internet using a router that performs NAT.
Richard Stiennon, Chief Research Analyst, IT-HARVEST, LLC, interviews, Rick Basille, Fortinet Sr. System Engineer.