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FortiGate 200D

QuickStart Guide

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.. Static broadband. WAN 1 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 DMZ 1 WAN 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 DMZ 2 CONSOLE FortiGate 200D STATUS ALARM HA POWER USB MGMT MGMT USB FortiGate 200D 2 Rack-Mount Brackets DSL PPPoE Username Password Cable Modem DHCP It is normal to not require a hostname but your ISP may require it. Cable. Before You Begin Box Includes Write down details that you may need from your network administrator or ISP. or DSL with a static IP USB Cable 2 IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Primary/Secondary DNS Ethernet Cable Power Cable Console Cable 4 Rubber Feet 8 Bracket Screws QuickStart Guide Video http://forti.6 | 1U Models The FortiGate Cookbook QuickStart Guide T1/E1. FortiGate 200D Hostname QuickStart Guide FortiOS 5.net/vqsg 3 .0.

2 FortiGate Setup Options A Web Browser B Setup Wizard (p. 6.99 in your web browser.. but could also be another device on your network. Login using username “admin” and no password. 2. 1 Basic Connections . 5. and save your settings.7) FortiExplorer App Power Connection A Web Browser with Ethernet cable Connect your device to a power outlet and an Internet connection. Click “Wizard” in the top right corner. Register your device from the dashboard page. https:// LAN Port Web-based Manager 1.168. 4. 3.5) Internet WAN Port C Terminal Emulation OS X With FortiExplorer (p.1. 4 5 . This is usually a modem. Visit 192.6) D With console cable (p. Connect the Ethernet cable.

2. Connect the FortiGate unit console port to the management computer using a console cable. 3. 2. 4. Follow prompts or click “Register” to register your device with FortiCare. Select the COM port and use the following settings: Baud Rate: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1 Flow Control: None USB MGMT 3. Begin typing a command and type “?” for a list of available ways to complete. Connect the USB cable and launch FortiExplorer if it does not appear automatically. You can now proceed with FortiGate unit. 1. For example For a detailed guide visit http://forti. 3. 4. Microsoft Windows Install Mac OS X Install 2. Start a terminal emulation program on the management computer. Click the FortiExplorer icon to launch the application. C Terminal Emulation with Console Cable To Connect to the CLI 1. FortiExplorer Setup Wizard 1. Login using username “admin” and no password.net/cli. Follow Setup Wizard steps. Click to complete the setup of your device. 5. Double-Click the and drag the FortiExplorer icon to the Applications folder. 2. Get started by typing “?” for a list of available commands. Click “Setup Wizard”. Login using username “admin” and no password. 6 7 . Connect the USB cable. Download FortiExplorer from http://forti.. 4. Press Enter on your keyboard to connect to the CLI.net/fexp. B Windows/OS X with USB .

3. Login using username “admin” and no password. iOS with Apple to USB cable USB Port http://forti.. Download the iOS FortiExplorer App to your device from http://forti. 2.net/fexp-ios. Use your Apple to USB cable to connect to the USB port. D . 4.net/fexp-ios FortiExplorer App 1. Launch the FortiExplorer App and select the device model. 8 9 .

Ensure that the FortiGate unit is placed on a stable surface prior to rack-mount installation. Ensure there is Note: If the unit has a redundant power supply. 5. 2. 3. 1. 3. then tighten the rack-mount screws with an appropriate screwdriver. Verify that the spacing around the FortiGate unit conforms to requirements and that the unit is level. plug the cable into the rear of the unit. Ensure that the surface onto which the FortiGate unit to be installed is clean. 7.. plug the cable into the rear of the unit.5 inches (3. 3 Installation The FortiGate unit inch rack unit with the provided rack-mount brackets and screws. level. To avoid personal injury or damage to the unit. Position the FortiGate unit in the rack. Attach the provided rack-mount brackets to the sides of the unit using the provided screws. if one power source fails. it is recommended that two or more people install the unit into the rack. Finger tighten four rack-mount screws to attach the unit to the rack. Caution: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage your Fortinet equipment. and then into a grounded electrical outlet or a separate power source such as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or a power distribution unit (PDU). and stable and that there is at least 1. 4. the other may still be operational and the unit will not lose power. Verify that the spacing around the FortiGate unit conforms to requirements and that the unit is level. Attach the provided rubber feet to the bottom of the FortiGate unit. and then into a grounded electrical outlet or a separate power source such as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or a power distribution unit (PDU). Line up the rack-mount bracket holes to the holes on the rack and ensure that the FortiGate unit is level.8cm) of clearance on all sides to 2. Using the provided power cable. In this way. Using the provided power cable. 10 11 . Do not place heavy objects on the unit. To install the FortiGate unit into a rack 1. 6. each power cable should be connected to a different power source. Please read the Cautions and Warnings section prior to installing your device.5in 5.5in 1. 1. 4. Place the unit in the designated location. .

If necessary. Note: Follow optic handling procedures when installing and removing SFP transceivers to ensure the devices remain clean and are not damaged. 2. and the optical interfaces. Do not install or remove transceivers more than is necessary. realign it or rotate it and slide it in again. Replace the cap on the SFP cage socket and place the removed SFP transceiver into an antistatic bag. Hold the sides of the transceiver and carefully pull it away from the cage socket. it is installed and latched correctly. . Remove the caps from the SFP cage sockets on the front panel of the unit. Note: SFP cage socket orientation may vary. reinsert it and press harder with your thumb. 12 13 . SFP Cage Sockets Transmit Optical Bore Receive Optical Bore Extraction Lever Do not install or remove SFP transceivers while are still attached. If the transceiver cannot be removed. Hold the sides of the SFP transceiver and slide it into the cage socket until it clicks into place. Pull the extraction lever out and down to eject the transceiver screwdriver or other similar tool to open the lever. Position the SFP transceiver in front of the cage socket opening and ensure that the transceiver is correctly oriented. 3. It may also prevent the transceiver from latching correctly into the socket connector. disconnect the from the transceiver connector and install a clean dust plug in the transceiver’s optical bores. 5. Note: Installing and removing SFP transceivers can shorten their useful life. If this happens. When the transceiver is correctly oriented. the extraction lever will be level with the socket latch. time that you are inserting a transceiver.. If applicable. 2. 6. Caution: Do not force the SFP transceivers into the cage slots. it may not be aligned correctly or may be upside down. Use an ESD wrist strap or similar grounding device when handling transceivers. 4. Ensure that you are properly grounded. This can cause damage to the cables. SFP Transceivers Caution: SFP transceivers are static sensitive devices. repeat this process until the transceiver is securely latched into the cage socket. Ensure that the SFP transceiver module is correctly oriented each 1. 3. 4. Press the transceiver cage socket with your thumb. To remove the SFP transceivers Socket Latch To install the SFP transceivers 1. Verify that the transceiver is latched correctly by grasping the sides of the transceiver and trying to pull it out without lowering the extraction lever. remove the SFP transceiver. If the transceiver does not easily slide in and click into place. Ensure that you are properly grounded. cable connectors. 5. If the transceiver can be removed.

Device Guide Status Green: Normal Flashing green: Booting up Red: Major alarm Alarm Not in Use HA Green: Operating in an HA cluster Off: Disabled SFP Ports Green: Active Flashing green: Transmitting & receiving data Off: No link established Power Green: On Off Logo Green: On Off WAN 1 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 DMZ 1 WAN 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 DMZ 2 CONSOLE FortiGate 200D STATUS ALARM HA POWER USB MGMT MGMT USB Ethernet Ports Link/Activity Green: Connected Flashing green: Transmitting & receiving data Off: No link established Ethernet Ports Speed Green: Connected at 1Gbps Amber: Connected at 100Mbps Off: Connected at 10Mbps or not in use 14 15 .. .

5A 16 17 . 12V @ 12. Device Guide USB MGMT (USB mini-B) USB client port for management Console (RJ-45) Optional connection to the management computer. or management functions WAN 1 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 DMZ 1 WAN 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 DMZ 2 CONSOLE FortiGate 200D STATUS ALARM HA POWER USB MGMT MGMT USB Internet LAN Ports 1 .99 +12V=@12. Default IP address 192. 3A MAX power supply (FRPS-100). Provides access to the CLI DMZ 1 & 2 (SFP) 1 Gbps/auto small form-factor pluggable transceiver ports for connection to a DMZ network/device USB (USB-A) USB server port for USB key.16 (RJ-45) Switched Gigabit Ethernet ports for connection to your network and the Internet WAN 1 & 2 (RJ-45) Gigabit Ethernet Internet connection MGMT (RJ-45) Client port for management.1.5A DC INPUT FOR REMOTE POWER SUPPLY SPECIFIED IN MANUAL AC INPUT 100-240V 50-60Hz 3A MAX RPS Power Optional connection to a remote 100-240V AC. ..168. modem. 50-60Hz.

Fortinet recommends that 2 or more people together install the appliance Installation Moving parts Pièces mobiles この装置は、 クラスA情報技術装置です。この装置を 家庭環境で使用すると電波妨害を引き起こすことが あります。この場合には使用者が適切な対策を講ずるよう要求されることがあります。 VCCI−A Choc électrique / feu China Battery Batterie Grounding Mise à la terre Alimentation par Ethernet . la température ambiante du cabinet peut être supérieure à la This separate protective earthing terminal must be permanently connected to earth with a green with yellow stripe conductor minimum size # 14 AWG Ventilation Circuit overloading Surtension Reliable earthing Mise à la terre Interference Interférence Safety Mechanical loading – To avoid personal injury or damage to the appliance. Cautions and Warnings Operating Temperature Température ambiante élevée — Si cet appareil est installé dans un cabinet fermé.. .

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