We are trying to remotely monitor a number of FortiGate units and each time we run an 'inspect now' scan nothing happens.
Here is a quick rundown of the environment we've created \ setup.
FortiGate (x2 in an HA cluster): - LAN Interface is enabled with HTTPS, SSH, SNMP. - SNMP agent and v2 enabled accepting traps from 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 (all hosts) with basic name for community name. - Default port of 161 is being used. - All units behind the LAN interface (i.e. the Default Gateway) can ping the interface and access the Internet and Kaseya (KNM) server with no issues.
KNM: - Network Discovery has been run and identified our VMware hosts, Windows VMs, etc...- SNMP with same community name has been included in LAN Watch.- ND did not see the FortiGate LAN interface IP ***. - Successfully created sub-groups adding VMware and Windows VMs.- Successfully created authentication for Windows, SNMP and VMware. - VMware and Windows pre-populated with numerous monitors when 'inspect and monitor' was chosen with no issues.- Configured authentication to include the SNMP community string.
I had to manually add the asset to the sub-group for the Fortinet by the LAN IP Address and from there when I try to run the inspect nothing happens. I'm not able to add any monitors to it either. Can someone call me and see what I am doing wrong?
Lastly, how do we delete manually created assets? I did not see anywhere in the documentation to do so.
Hello, did you ever figure this out? I'm having the same issue with our Fortigate. Thanks!
Inspect now will not detect any pre-configured snmp monitors for this type of operating system.
What type of issue are you having? Are you able to apply a single SNMP monitor on this device?