wanopt : peer
 
peer
Add WAN optimization peers to a FortiGate unit to identify the FortiGate units that the local FortiGate unit can form WAN optimization tunnels with. A peer consists of a peer name, which is the local host ID of the remote FortiGate unit and an IP address, which is the IP address of the interface that the remote FortiGate unit uses to connect to the local FortiGate unit.
Use the command config wanopt settings to add the local host ID to a FortiGate unit.
Syntax
config wanopt peer
edit <peer_name>
set ip <peer_ip_ipv4>
end
Variable
Description
Default
edit <peer_name>
Add the local host ID of the remote FortiGate unit. When the remote FortiGate unit connects to the local FortiGate unit to start a WAN optimization tunnel, the WAN optimization setup request include the remote FortiGate unit local host ID. If the local host ID in the setup request matches a peer added to the local FortiGate unit, then the local FortiGate unit can accept WAN optimization tunnel setup requests from the remote FortiGate unit.
 
ip <peer_ip_ipv4>
Enter the IP address of the interface that the remote FortiGate unit uses to connect to the local FortiGate unit. Usually this would be the IP address of the interface connected to the WAN.
0.0.0.0