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Network

The network settings are used to configure ports for the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient unit. You should also specify what port and methods that an administrators can use to access the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient unit. If required, static routes can be configured.

The default port for Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient units is port 1. It can be used to configure one IP address for the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient unit, or multiple ports can be configured with multiple IP addresses for improved security.

You can configure administrative access in IPv4 or IPv6 and include settings for HTTPS, HTTP, PING, SSH, SNMP, and Web Service.

You can prevent unauthorized access to the GUI by creating administrator accounts with trusted hosts. With trusted hosts configured, the administrator can only log in to the GUI when working on a computer with the trusted host as defined in the administrator account. For more information, see Trusted hosts and Managing administrator accounts.

Network

The network settings are used to configure ports for the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient unit. You should also specify what port and methods that an administrators can use to access the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient unit. If required, static routes can be configured.

The default port for Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient units is port 1. It can be used to configure one IP address for the Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient unit, or multiple ports can be configured with multiple IP addresses for improved security.

You can configure administrative access in IPv4 or IPv6 and include settings for HTTPS, HTTP, PING, SSH, SNMP, and Web Service.

You can prevent unauthorized access to the GUI by creating administrator accounts with trusted hosts. With trusted hosts configured, the administrator can only log in to the GUI when working on a computer with the trusted host as defined in the administrator account. For more information, see Trusted hosts and Managing administrator accounts.