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Self-originating traffic

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This topic applies to FortiOS 6.2.2 and 6.2.3. In other versions, self-originating (local-out) traffic behaves differently.

Self-originating traffic, such as Syslog, FortiAnalyzer logging, FortiGuard services, remote authentication, and others, relies on routing table lookups to determine the egress interface that is used to initiate the connection. Policy routes generated by SD-WAN rules do not apply to this traffic.

Note

This topic applies to FortiOS 6.2.2 and 6.2.3. In other versions, self-originating (local-out) traffic behaves differently.

Self-originating traffic, such as Syslog, FortiAnalyzer logging, FortiGuard services, remote authentication, and others, relies on routing table lookups to determine the egress interface that is used to initiate the connection. Policy routes generated by SD-WAN rules do not apply to this traffic.