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Author Topic: DNS-343 - Configuring RSYNC for Remote Backup between two DNS-343s  (Read 6901 times)

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This procedure is designed to configure remote backup between two DNS-343s using RSYNC.

Procedure

First DNS-343 ShareCenter IP address is 192.168.0.32 (The Server)
Second DNS-343 ShareCenter IP address is 192.168.0.33 (The Server Backup)

  • Step 1: On your ‘Server’ ShareCenter (The unit you want to back up), login to the Web GUI 192.168.0.32. Go to Advanced>Remote Backup then Select Source type in a password and click Apply button


  • Step 2: Under the Source Share path, type in a name for your backup location, this can be anything, so for this example lets just use “BACKUP” Click Browse and locate the directory you wish to backup. If it’s the entire Volume_1 click OK and Apply button.


  • Step 3: Click the Start Remote Server button to turn on the RYSNC Sharing. Share paths will show up at the bottom.


  • Step 4: Now on your “Server Backup Unit” (The unit your backing up your files to) Login to WEB GUI. Select Destination, enter the IP address of the “Server DNS-343” (192.168.0.32) in the source IP field. Enter the password you type in your Source box earlier.


  • Step 5: Click Browse next to the Save To path (as shown above) and select the directory that you would like to backup to.

  • Step 6: If you do not want to overwrite existing files make sure to click the Keep the Existing files checkbox then click Apply.



  • Step 7: Once you have clicked Apply your Rsync Client should connect to your Source Server, If it has not connected please hit the refresh button on your browser.

  • Step 8: At the bottom will be a Destination list, put a check-box next to the folders you want to back up. These should be the same folders/labels as you created on your Source . Once you have placed a check-box in the folder list, click the Backup button. Your backup should now be downloading from you server box.

« Last Edit: December 19, 2014, 06:10:35 AM by JavaLawyer »
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