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    APF firewall blocking NAS Backup

    TP support told me to enter the below line to the allow.hosts file. (IP and ports changed for security reasons) I read the APF doc and searched this forum, but can't come up with the answer. (TP doesn't want to make this easy, since they have a firewall to sell, I guess.)

    He said I need to enter this:

    allow, 22,23/tcp; 139,140,141 & 447/tcp and udp for ip 72.88.63.7

    I know that is not exactly correct.

    Can I have an assist with this please?

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    Well, how are you transfering the data? Via Rsync? If so you need the correct port open (:873).
    It's Scott!

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    Quote Originally Posted by camers
    Well, how are you transfering the data? Via Rsync? If so you need the correct port open (:873).
    Frankly, I do not know. Is RSync the preferred method? I want it to be automated through cpanel, that's all. Right now, backups are not being done.

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