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I have a very simple setup between 2 fortigate vms (GSO & CLT) on my esxi server, using OSPF to establish adjacency. The neighbors form, and everything looks good on my end, but for the last 3 days, I have not been able to ping across the network. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I've ran diags and debugs, and now I'm asking for any help. I've set this up in the past without any issues, however, they were physical devices. I'm almost ready to chalk it up to the 14 day trial license.

GSO_Interfaces GSO_INT

CLT_Interfaces CLT_INT

GSO_CLI GSO_CLI

CLT_CLI CLT_CLI

GSO_OSPF GSO_OSPF

CLT_OSPF CLT_OSPF

GSO_POL GSO_POL

CLT_POL CLT_POL

GSO_ROUTE GSO_ROUTE

CLT_ROUTE CLT_ROUTE

  • Unfortunately, questions about host/server/VM configurations are off-topic here. You could try to ask about those problems on Server Fault for a business network. The problem seem to be in the VM switching. – Ron Maupin Nov 21 at 14:41
  • According to: docs.fortinet.com/vm/vmware-nsx-t/fortigate/6.0/… it's not the trial license - "All features except FortiGuard updates". Can you ping across from devices other than the Fortigate devices themselves? And could you ping across before, and something stopped 3 days ago? or it never worked? Pinging from the FTG (as opposed to thru the router from another device) often requires setting the source IP before "exec ping" with: exec ping-options source [source-IP] - try that maybe? – PSaul 2 days ago

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