If you use one of the auto-discovery FortiSwitch ports, you can establish the FortiLink connection single port or LAG with zero configuration steps on the FortiSwitch, and with a few simple configuration steps on the FortiGate. Authorize the managed FortiSwitch. Edit the FortiLink port. Optional Automatically authorize devices: disable to manually authorize the FortiSwitch. Click OK.
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Wireless interface is transmitting and receiving data. Wireless interface is down. A minor alarm also called an IPMI non-critical NC alarm indicates a temperature or a power level outside of the normal operating range that is not considered a problem. In the case of a minor temperature alarm, the system could respond by increasing fan speed. A non-critical threshold can be an upper non-critical UNC threshold for example, a high temperature or a high power level or a lower non-critical UNC threshold for example, a low power level.
The LEDs do not indicate minor alarms since user intervention is not required. A major alarm also called an IPMI critical or critical recoverable CR alarm indicates that the system itself cannot correct the cause for the alarm and that intervention is required.
For example, the cooling system cannot provide enough cooling to reduce the temperature. It could also mean that conditions temperature, for example are approaching the outside limit of the allowed operating range. A critical threshold can also be an upper critical UC threshold for example, a high temperature or a high power level or a lower critical LC threshold for example, a low power level.
A critical alarm also called and IPMI non-recoverable NR alarm indicates detection of a temperature or power level that is outside of the allowed operating range and could potentially cause physical damage.
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