SOLVED Small problem with incredible backup and restore related to port knock.

Aaron Outhier

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Having used the IncredibleBackup and IncredibleRestore functions a few times on my Raspberry Pi, I have encountered a minor issue. I was able to work around it, since I am familiar enough with Linux command line, etc.

The problem stems from the file ~/knock.FAQ being backed up, but not the /etc/knockd.conf file. So that when I restore my backup, the actual ports used get changed, but the instructions say that they haven't.

I would suggest adding /etc/knockd.conf to the backups in future versions.
 
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Milton Alvis

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Thanks, @Aaron Outhier: Already pushed out as update9R9 in Automatic Update Utility.
To what path on a local network path can Raspberry PI 3B+ 13.13.10 be directed?

I have rebuilt the Raspberry 13.13.10 install on my Raspberry PI 3B+ and want to create a backup of the configuration before creating extensions and trunks give previous problems with the SIP provider apparently corruption the installation.

Logging into the IncrediblePBX GUI and choosing the "Admin"\"Backup and Restore" tab, I am not understanding how to configure backups to save to another storage location on the local network.

Suggestions?
 

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To what path on a local network path can Raspberry PI 3B+ 13.13.10 be directed?

I have rebuilt the Raspberry 13.13.10 install on my Raspberry PI 3B+ and want to create a backup of the configuration before creating extensions and trunks give previous problems with the SIP provider apparently corruption the installation.

Logging into the IncrediblePBX GUI and choosing the "Admin"\"Backup and Restore" tab, I am not understanding how to configure backups to save to another storage location on the local network.

Suggestions?
This is a different backup utility than Incredible Backup in /root. You might want to open a new thread if you prefer the FreePBX version.
 

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