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Fortinet 5001C

my problem is kind of weird im trying to put a policy on to a new 5001C with new(er) firmware, i need to put a IPsec policy on to it but even when i try to build the new policy on the new(er) 5001C it doesn't give me "IPsec" as an action

can someone help me figure out what im doing wrong?

Thanks

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Back to its maker I fear.

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well its not the maker or the support honestly

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thanks, not really helpful but thank you for trying

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When it comes to Cisco and such gear

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I call in my friend that is trained on such. While I did write router code a long time ago, each system can be beyond your typical router and may have scripts or more that is not in the mainstream of support.

What I meant was that if the product or product support is missing, and you can send staff to training you can usually pay the maker for support or they'll have trained folk they know of in your area.
Bob

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