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how do I put cisco vpn router in fortiguard 60 dmz for cisco vpn clients

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Trying to setup Cisco VPN router in the DMZ of the fortiguard 60. Have been unsuccessful. Any help would be appreciated.
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Forward the correct prots or ports depending on the type of VPN you will be using to the IP of the Cisco in the DMZ. You can assign it a separate public IP and static NAT it if you like as well.

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Kent
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thank you. I will try this and let you know.
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