How do I find the MAC address table in FortiGate?

How do I find the MAC address table in FortiGate?

You can view the ARP table to see the MAC address of the devices connected to these individual interfaces which are part of the Hardware Switch using command # get system arp.

How do I find the MAC address of an FortiGate Interface?

You can use the get hardware nic command to display both MAC addresses for any FortiGate interface. This command displays hardware information for the specified interface. Depending on their hardware configuration, this command may display different information for different interfaces.

How do I see the ARP table in FortiGate?

If you want to see arp table of Fortigate,

  1. Login to Fortigate via SSH.
  2. Go into VDOM (if you have) config VDOM edit CustomerVDOM01. config VDOM edit CustomerVDOM01.
  3. Use the following command to see arp table.

How do I check my ARP in FortiGate GUI?

Technical Tip: How to display the ARP table on a FortiGate unit, configured in NAT mode

  1. Scope: FortiOS firmware versions 4.0 MR3 or 5.0.x.
  2. When VDOMs are not enabled:
  3. When VDOMs are enabled:
  4. FGT # config vdom. FGT (vdom) # edit root. current vf=root:0.
  5. FGT (root) # get system arp.

How do you show LLDP neighbors Fortigate?

To view the LLDP information in the GUI: Go to User & Device > Device Inventory to view the information.

How do you clear ARP in Fortigate?

ARP table

  1. To view the ARP cache in the CLI: get system arp.
  2. To view the ARP cache in the system in the CLI: diagnose ip arp list.
  3. To remove the ARP cache: execute clear system arp table.
  4. To remove a single ARP entry: diagnose ip arp delete
  5. To add static ARP entries: config system arp-table.

How do I check my ARP in Fortiswitch?

To view the ARP table entries in the GUI: Go to Router > ARP Table.

What is show LLDP neighbors?

Description. This command shows LLDP neighbors for a specific AP, or all APs sending or receiving LLDP Protocol Data Units (PDUs). The LLDP protocol allows switches, routers, and WLAN access points to advertise information about themselves such as identity, capabilities, and neighbors to other nodes on the network.