webfilter : ftgd-warning
Use this command to view FortiGuard-Web filter warnings.
When a user attempts to access a web site within a category that is configured with the warning action, the user will received a warning which they have to acknowledge before continuing. You can view all active warnings with the get webfilter override command.
Although the full selection of set commands are offered, you cannot change any of the override entries. The FortiGate unit will return an error when you enter next or end.
config webfilter override
edit <override_int>
set expires <yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss>
set initiator <user_name>
set ip <ipv4>
set ip6 <ipv6>
set new-profile <profile_str>
set old-profile <profile_str>
set scope {user | user‑group | ip | ip6}
set status {enable | disable}
set user <user_str>
set user-group <user_group_str>
get webfilter override <override_int>
The unique ID number of the override.
<yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss>
The date and time the override expires.
For example, the command to configure an expiry time of 6:45 p.m. on May 22, 2009 would be formatted this way:
set expires 2010/05/22 18:45:00
15 minutes after the override is created.
initiator <user_name>
The user who initiated the override rule. This field is get-only.
ip <ipv4>
When the scope is ip, enter the IP address for which the override rule applies.
ip6 <ipv6>
When the scope is ip6, enter the IP address for which the override rule applies.
new-profile <profile_str>
Specify the new web-filter profile to apply the override.
old-profile <profile_str>
Specify the web-filter profile for which the override applies.
scope {user | user‑group | ip | ip6}
The scope of the override rule.
status {enable | disable}
Enable or disable the override rule.
user <user_str>
When the scope is user, the user for which the override rule applies.
user-group <user_group_str>
When the scope is user-group, enter the user group for which the override rule applies.