When you enable the built-in FDS and initiate an update either manually or by a schedule, the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient system attempts to connect to the FDN.
If all connection attempts to the server list fail, the connection status will be Disconnected.
If the connection status remains Disconnected, you may need to configure the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient system’s connection to the FDN by overriding the default IP address and/or port.
After establishing a connection with the FDN, the built-in FDS can receive FortiGuard service update packages from the FDN.
- Go to FortiGuard
- Enable the types of FDN services that you want to provide through your Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient system’s built-in FDS.
- Click Apply.
The built-in FDS attempts to connect to the FDN.
If the built-in FDS is unable to connect, you may need to enable the selected services on a network interface. For more information, see Configuring network interfaces.
If you still cannot connect to the FDN, check routes, DNS, and any intermediary firewalls or NAT devices for policies that block necessary FDN ports and protocols.
See the FortiOS HandBook: Security Fabric document in the Fortinet Document Library at http://docs.fortinet.com/fortigate/admin-guides for more information.