We have a Fortigate 200B firewall and we have 2 active WAN connections from different providers. This is not for fault tolerance but more to load balance traffic from some computers to use WAN1 and some to use WAN2. I am trying to create a policy route and for the source address I want to add the range 10.10.128.101-10.10.128.130. I have tried putting it in like that but I get an error Invalid IP Range (see pic). I have also tried putting in as 10.10.128.[101-130] and it show an error with what looks like an example to the side of 192.168.1.0/24, 172.16.1.1-172.16.1.20 (see pic) The version of the software I have is v5.2.10, build742 (GA). Any ideas what I am doing wrong ? I have tried 10.10.128.101-10.10.128.130 and 10.10.128.101 - 10.10.128.130 and 10.10.128.101 -10.10.128.130. error2.jpg error1.jpg
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