- David Galiata
Yesterday I was doing some troubleshooting and testing on an SD-WAN implementation and found that the ping command in Fortios is a little different than others. I did a packet capture and so no packets flowing on WAN2 and I wanted to check if the connection was up. So I went to the CLI!
From the CLI Console execute the following command to check the current settings.
execute ping-options view
This displays the current interface. Per the example below, it has “Auto” as the Source Address.
Repeat Count: 5 Data Size: 56 Timeout: 2 Interval: 1 TTL: 64 TOS: 0 DF bit: unset Source Address: auto Pattern: Pattern Size in Bytes: 0 Validate Reply: no
In my scenario, I needed to send a ping out of the WAN2 interface, where 184.108.40.206 is the IP address. The command below sets the IP of WAN2 as the source.
execute ping-options source 220.127.116.11
After that the final step is to ping your destination.
exec ping 18.104.22.168