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How to setup 2 different WANs on Fortinet 60 B ?

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Hi -
I own a fortinet 60 B that have 2 WAN ports, 1 and 2. Currently Internet connection is on WAN 2 and working perfect, distibute internet to the internal network. So far so good.
Then I also want internet access on WAN 1, but on a separate network from WAN 2.
Is it possible that WAN 1 can share the WAN 2 internet connection somehow but in the same time be a "own network" with own IP range and so on. ?

Please advice.  
Bjørn.
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I believed what you meant is a separate subnet in Lan.
i think that are 4 lan or 5 lan in fg60b.
firstly you need to switch to interface mode but before you do that you need to do a backup of your config file.
after you need to do a nat to your new subnet.
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Hi -

Yes, it sounds like what I need.
There are several lan ports in Fortinet. Now port 1 is output of my main network. The rest of the ports are unused.

I still dont know how to create a separate subnet and to "map" it to Fortinet lan port 2?

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Bjørn-T
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