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Table of Contents

What's new

FortiADC 7.0.1 offers the following new features:

FortiADC-VM support for VMware hardware version 13

FortiADC now supports VMware hardware version 13 which will increase the number of CPUs supported to up to 64 from the previous 8 CPUs. (The maximum number of CPUs supported is limited by the core number of the ESXi server).

OFTP protocol support for FortiAnalyzer logs

FortiADC can now send logs to FortiAnalyzer using the the OFTP protocol which is a private protocol for Fortinet products. Previously, logs can only be sent by syslog protocol — this will continue to be supported alongside the OFTP protocol to ensure continued compatibility with older versions.

Automation enhancements for System and Security Events

System Events and Security Events automations can now be applied to specific virtual servers or real servers.

WAF exceptions support in WAF logs

You can now apply WAF exception rules from WAF logs to reduce false-positives from being logged.

REST API Admin support

You can now create an administrator user account as a REST API Admin user. As a REST API Admin user, you can generate a generalized authorization token to access the FNDN.

What's new

FortiADC 7.0.1 offers the following new features:

FortiADC-VM support for VMware hardware version 13

FortiADC now supports VMware hardware version 13 which will increase the number of CPUs supported to up to 64 from the previous 8 CPUs. (The maximum number of CPUs supported is limited by the core number of the ESXi server).

OFTP protocol support for FortiAnalyzer logs

FortiADC can now send logs to FortiAnalyzer using the the OFTP protocol which is a private protocol for Fortinet products. Previously, logs can only be sent by syslog protocol — this will continue to be supported alongside the OFTP protocol to ensure continued compatibility with older versions.

Automation enhancements for System and Security Events

System Events and Security Events automations can now be applied to specific virtual servers or real servers.

WAF exceptions support in WAF logs

You can now apply WAF exception rules from WAF logs to reduce false-positives from being logged.

REST API Admin support

You can now create an administrator user account as a REST API Admin user. As a REST API Admin user, you can generate a generalized authorization token to access the FNDN.