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Topic # 230637 6-Mar-2018 09:22
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Hello, we have a Fortigate 60E firewall connected to a Vodafone HG659 modem which then connects to a 1Gbp UFB connection.

 

Has anyone else noticed poor throughput with a configuration like this ?

 

I am thinking it is due to the Vodafone HG659 not being able to handle all the sessions coming in from the Fortigate ?

 

I am wondering how many simultaneous sessions a modem like this should be able to handle.


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  Reply # 1968751 6-Mar-2018 09:42
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I had a quick search for the specs of the FortiGate 60E.

 

What happens when you take out the FortiGate and just use the HG659?


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  Reply # 1968785 6-Mar-2018 10:42
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Why are you using the HG659b in this setup at all?

 

 

 

surely you can terminate vlan 10 on the Fortigate and take that out of the question?





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  Reply # 1970085 6-Mar-2018 18:33
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Same question why is the Huawei in the mix, I work with fortigate all day long it will do all you require to connect. PM me if you need help with that.

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  Reply # 1973818 13-Mar-2018 10:30
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I have currently using the standard supplied Vodafone modem for VDSL.

 

I want to get a better one that will also can be used for fiber when I get it in my area.

 

What is a better modem out there worth getting?


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