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AllStarLink has a simple built-in back feature that is often overlooked. It stores all your configuration files on our [[http://backup.allstarlink.org Backup server]]. Just point your browser there and enter your node number and it's password. You will see you last four backups in zip format.  
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AllStarLink has a simple built-in back feature that is often overlooked. It stores all your configuration files on our server.
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To enable backups you'll need to set up the savenode.conf file as shown. Replace the node number and password with your node information.  
  
 
Sample: /etc/asterisk/savenode.conf
 
Sample: /etc/asterisk/savenode.conf
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ENABLE=1
 
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=Restore=
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[[http://backup.allstarlink.org Backup server]]. Just point your browser there and enter your node number and it's password. You will see you last four backups in zip format.

Revision as of 18:07, 16 October 2017

AllStarLink has a simple built-in back feature that is often overlooked. It stores all your configuration files on our server.

Backup

To enable backups you'll need to set up the savenode.conf file as shown. Replace the node number and password with your node information.

Sample: /etc/asterisk/savenode.conf

NODE=1999
PASSWORD=123456
ENABLE=1


Restore

[Backup server]. Just point your browser there and enter your node number and it's password. You will see you last four backups in zip format.