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How do I setup a Foritgate VPN Tunnel over Wireless?

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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
So I just got some Fortigate firewalls and I set up a point to point VPN with them over Cisco wireless bridges. Basically my workstations keep dropping connection now that the firewall is in place. However if I bring the firewalls back to my office and hook them up over wired, the workstations behind the firewall run fine. Obviously I'm missing some config on the bridges but I cant figure it out. Anybody have any ideas?
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So the VPN's come up and you can ping back and forth, but the connection occasionally drops? Or you don't get any connection over the VPN period?

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Thats correct my VPN is working, however it randomly drops out. I was originally thinking it might be an issue with timeouts but I think it is too random for this to be the case. What it looks like is that the sendig firewall is dropping arp entries and is having to re-send the arp requests. I'm not really sure why this is happening though.

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This is actually happening over the wired connection now as well. I'm thinking this has to be a bug in the fortigate software.
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What firmware version were the firewalls on? What model were the firewalls?

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bug in software
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