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Table of Contents

CLI Reference

Configuring ADOMs

To use administrative domains, the admin administrator must first enable the feature, create ADOMs, and assign existing FortiAnalyzer administrators to ADOMs.

Enabling ADOMs moves non-global configuration items to the root ADOM. Back up the FortiAnalyzer unit configuration before enabling ADOMs.

Within the CLI, you can enable ADOMs and set the administrator ADOM. To configure the ADOMs, you must use the GUI.

To enable or disable ADOMs:

Enter the following CLI command:

config system global

set adom-status {enable | disable}

end

An administrative domain has two modes: normal and advanced. Normal mode is the default device mode. In normal mode, a FortiGate unit can only be added to a single administrative domain. In advanced mode, you can assign different VDOMs from the same FortiGate to multiple administrative domains.

Enabling the advanced mode option will result in more complicated management scenarios. It is recommended only for advanced users.

To change ADOM device modes:

Enter the following CLI command:

config system global

set adom-mode {advanced | normal}

end

To assign an administrator to an ADOM:

Enter the following CLI command:

config system admin user

edit <name>

set adom <adom_name>

next

end

where <name> is the administrator user name and <adom_name> is the ADOM name.

Configuring ADOMs

To use administrative domains, the admin administrator must first enable the feature, create ADOMs, and assign existing FortiAnalyzer administrators to ADOMs.

Enabling ADOMs moves non-global configuration items to the root ADOM. Back up the FortiAnalyzer unit configuration before enabling ADOMs.

Within the CLI, you can enable ADOMs and set the administrator ADOM. To configure the ADOMs, you must use the GUI.

To enable or disable ADOMs:

Enter the following CLI command:

config system global

set adom-status {enable | disable}

end

An administrative domain has two modes: normal and advanced. Normal mode is the default device mode. In normal mode, a FortiGate unit can only be added to a single administrative domain. In advanced mode, you can assign different VDOMs from the same FortiGate to multiple administrative domains.

Enabling the advanced mode option will result in more complicated management scenarios. It is recommended only for advanced users.

To change ADOM device modes:

Enter the following CLI command:

config system global

set adom-mode {advanced | normal}

end

To assign an administrator to an ADOM:

Enter the following CLI command:

config system admin user

edit <name>

set adom <adom_name>

next

end

where <name> is the administrator user name and <adom_name> is the ADOM name.