Hello. Could anybody advise, how is realised functionality like fortinet VDOM? I need to separate NSF in several virtual domains, like in fortinet.

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Unfortunately, Sangfor NSF does not offer support for the VDOM (Virtual Domain) feature.
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Newbie517762 Lv5Posted 03 Apr 2024 11:50
Unfortunately, Sangfor NSF does not offer support for the VDOM (Virtual Domain) feature.
pmateus Lv2Posted 03 Apr 2024 16:07
Virtual Domain feature is not yet available in Sangfor NGAF. Will just wait on the firmware upgrade if they are going add that feature.
Enrico Vanzetto Lv3Posted 03 Apr 2024 17:44
Hi, as far as i know, The Virtual Domain functionality is currently unavailable in Sangfor NGAF. We’ll patiently await a firmware upgrade to see if this feature will be added.
Tayyab0101 Lv2Posted 04 Apr 2024 01:48
this feature is not available as of now.
mdamores Lv3Posted 04 Apr 2024 08:45
Virtual Domain feature is not yet available in Sangfor NGAF. You may try to contact Sangfor support and  request for the said feature. It is possible to include this feature in future version upgrades
CLELUQMAN Lv3Posted 04 Apr 2024 08:58
Hopefully SANGFOR will introduce VDOM in the near future.
firdaus9090 Lv1Posted 04 Apr 2024 10:01
I can see in the new NSF datasheet there is virtual domain ? is not the same as VDOM ? Can someone clarify ?
fathuralie Lv1Posted 04 Apr 2024 10:23
In Sangfor NSF, Virtual System is available for use
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jerome_itable Lv2Posted 04 Apr 2024 10:52
Sangfor documentation doesn't explicitly mention separating NSF (Network Service Function) into virtual domains like FortiGate does.

Here are some approaches you can consider:

    Investigate Sangfor Partitioning: While Sangfor doesn't have a direct equivalent to FortiGate's virtual domains, Sangfor OS (Sangfor's operating system) does support partitioning.  You might be able to achieve some level of separation using partitions. Refer to the Sangfor OS documentation for details on partitioning: https://www.sangfor.com/support/support-resources.

    Use Separate Sangfor Appliances: If partitioning isn't sufficient,  you might need to consider deploying separate Sangfor appliances for each virtual domain. This would provide the strongest isolation between domains.

    Contact Sangfor Support: Sangfor's technical support might have insights on achieving virtual domain-like separation within a single appliance. You can find their contact information in the Sangfor OS documentation or on the Sangfor website.

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