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backup all-settings

Use this command to set or check the settings for scheduled backups.

An MD5 checksum is automatically generated in the event log when backing up the configuration. You can verify a backup by comparing the checksum in the log entry with that of the backup file.

Syntax

config system backup all-settings

set status {enable | disable}

set server {<ipv4_address>|<fqdn_str>}

set user <username>

set directory <string>

set week_days {monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday}

set time <hh:mm:ss>

set protocol {ftp | scp | sftp}

set passwd <passwd>

set cert <certificate_name>

set crptpasswd <passwd>

end

Variable

Description

status {enable | disable}

Enable/disable scheduled backups (default = disable).

server {<ipv4_address>|<fqdn_str>}

Enter the IPv4 address or DNS resolvable host name of the backup server.

user <username>

Enter the user account name for the backup server (character limit = 63).

directory <string>

Enter the name of the directory on the backup server in which to save the backup file.

week_days {monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday}

Enter the days of the week on which to perform backups. You may enter multiple days.

time <hh:mm:ss>

Enter the time of day to perform the backup. Time is required in the form <hh:mm:ss>.

protocol {ftp | scp | sftp}

Enter the transfer protocol (default = sftp).

passwd <passwd>

Enter the password for the backup server (character limit = 63).

cert <certificate_name>

SSH certificate for authentication. Only available if the protocol is set to scp.

The SSH certificate object must already be configured. See certificate ssh.

crptpasswd <passwd>

Optional password to protect backup content (character limit = 63).

Example

This example shows a whack where backup server is 172.20.120.11 using the admin account with no password, saving to the /usr/local/backup directory. Backups are done on Mondays at 1:00pm using ftp.

config system backup all-settings

set status enable

set server 172.20.120.11

set user admin

set directory /usr/local/backup

set week_days monday

set time 13:00:00

set protocol ftp

end

Use this command to set or check the settings for scheduled backups.

An MD5 checksum is automatically generated in the event log when backing up the configuration. You can verify a backup by comparing the checksum in the log entry with that of the backup file.

Syntax

config system backup all-settings

set status {enable | disable}

set server {<ipv4_address>|<fqdn_str>}

set user <username>

set directory <string>

set week_days {monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday}

set time <hh:mm:ss>

set protocol {ftp | scp | sftp}

set passwd <passwd>

set cert <certificate_name>

set crptpasswd <passwd>

end

Variable

Description

status {enable | disable}

Enable/disable scheduled backups (default = disable).

server {<ipv4_address>|<fqdn_str>}

Enter the IPv4 address or DNS resolvable host name of the backup server.

user <username>

Enter the user account name for the backup server (character limit = 63).

directory <string>

Enter the name of the directory on the backup server in which to save the backup file.

week_days {monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday}

Enter the days of the week on which to perform backups. You may enter multiple days.

time <hh:mm:ss>

Enter the time of day to perform the backup. Time is required in the form <hh:mm:ss>.

protocol {ftp | scp | sftp}

Enter the transfer protocol (default = sftp).

passwd <passwd>

Enter the password for the backup server (character limit = 63).

cert <certificate_name>

SSH certificate for authentication. Only available if the protocol is set to scp.

The SSH certificate object must already be configured. See certificate ssh.

crptpasswd <passwd>

Optional password to protect backup content (character limit = 63).

Example

This example shows a whack where backup server is 172.20.120.11 using the admin account with no password, saving to the /usr/local/backup directory. Backups are done on Mondays at 1:00pm using ftp.

config system backup all-settings

set status enable

set server 172.20.120.11

set user admin

set directory /usr/local/backup

set week_days monday

set time 13:00:00

set protocol ftp

end