NGAF Questions

JD Lv1Posted 21 Apr 2023 16:48

Hi
These are few doubts got in NGAF.

1. Does BGP Peering Supports in NGAF?
2. Does NGAF Suppport Multiple QoS (Baby Queueing )
3. Does L2TP Supports?
4. Does After Connecting to the SSL VPN will user Internet Access Logs to the Firewall ? Does Policy Applies?
5. How long it takes the traffic logs to store in HDD ?
6. Destination based QoS

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None of the answers were right and few answers was correct but only for one question at a time in the community. Therefore these answers was taken from the technical assistance.
1. Yes
2. Yes
3. No
4. Its split tunnel connection
5. Real Time Storing
6. Yes
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Newbie310461 Lv1Posted 24 Apr 2023 11:46
  
Hi JD,
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RegiBoy Lv5Posted 24 Apr 2023 12:08
  
1. Yes, Sangfor NGAF supports BGP peering. BGP peering can be configured under the "Routing" section of the NGAF web console.

2. Yes, Sangfor NGAF supports multiple QoS (Quality of Service) policies, which can be configured under the "QoS" section of the NGAF web console. NGAF also supports baby queueing, which allows for fine-grained control over traffic prioritization and bandwidth allocation.

3. Yes, Sangfor NGAF supports L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) VPN connections, which can be configured under the "VPN" section of the NGAF web console.

4. After connecting to the SSL VPN, user internet access can be logged to the firewall and policy can be applied to control and restrict user access. This can be configured under the "SSL VPN" section of the NGAF web console.

5. The length of time that traffic logs are stored in the HDD can be configured in the NGAF web console under the "Log & Report" section. By default, Sangfor NGAF stores traffic logs for 30 days.

6. Sangfor NGAF supports destination-based QoS policies, which allow you to prioritize traffic based on the destination IP address or domain. This can be configured under the "QoS" section of the NGAF web console.
MISMIS Lv3Posted 24 Apr 2023 12:12
  
Yes it supports BGP
Faisal Piliang Posted 24 Apr 2023 12:41
  
Hi
Yes, it does Supports in NGAF.
Naomi Lv3Posted 24 Apr 2023 13:01
  
Yes, from 1 to 3, NGAF supports all
Pat Lv4Posted 24 Apr 2023 13:05
  
It supports BGP
Adonis001 Lv3Posted 24 Apr 2023 13:07
  
If this is not working, please seek assistance to Technical support
isabelita Lv3Posted 24 Apr 2023 13:14
  
Sangfor NGAF provides destination-based QoS settings, which allow you to prioritize traffic depending on the IP address or domain of the destination. This may be adjusted in the NGAF online console's "QoS" section.
flirene_94 Lv1Posted 24 Apr 2023 13:14
  
For question 5, the time it takes for traffic logs to be stored on a hard disk drive (HDD) depends on several factors, including the size of the logs, the speed of the HDD, the speed of the network, and the processing power of the system.

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