This topic provides complete backup and restore workflow.
Druva recommends the inSync Mobile App users to keep the inSync Mobile App running in the background to experience a seamless backup and restore.
inSync Mobile App sends the device token, user's email ID, and device ID to the Druva inSync Server for authentication.
|2.||Upon successful authentication, a token is sent by Druva inSync Server to the inSync Mobile App.|
|3.||inSync Mobile App sends this token to the Druva inSync storage node for authorization.|
|4.||Upon successful authorization, the storage node acknowledges the request.|
|5.||Backup and restore tasks can be carried out.|
Ports used by inSync Mobile App
To ensure even greater security and firewall management, Druva inSync now directs all communication traffic through a single port (SSL/443) for Backup, Restore, Sync, and Share. This reduces the number of required firewall ports for deployment.