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Configuring network settings

Overview

This topic explains how to modify the network settings of inSync. It contains instructions for managing the IP addresses, URLs, and port numbers for accessing inSync server. It also includes information on using HTTPS for communication with inSync server and managing inSync server credential.

Changing inSync port numbers and URLs

inSync server uses the following ports and URLs:

  • Backup/sync port: inSync server uses this port to accept data from inSync clients. By default, port 6061 is used for this purpose.
  • Admin UI port: inSync server uses this port to display the inSync Admin Console. By default, port 6065 is used for this purpose.
  • User web access port: This port is used for accessing inSync Web. By default, port 443 is used for this purpose.
  • User web access URL: This URL is used for accessing inSync Web. 
  • User activation URL: This URL is accessed by inSync client during activation.

 

To change the port numbers and URLs

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under Network Settings, click Edit. The Network Settings window appears.

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  4. Modify the ports and URLs as required.
  5. Click Save.

Managing the IP address of inSync server

You can configure a list of IP addresses or fully qualified domain names (FQDN) that inSync clients can use to communicate with the inSync server. You can also arrange these IP addresses or FQDNs in the order of your preference. 

Adding an IP address or FQDN

To add an IP address or FQDN

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under Server IP / FQDN, click Add New Server IP / FQDN. The Add Server IP / FQDN window appears.
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  4. Enter the IP address / FQDN and the TCP port number.
  5. Select Network type. If you want inSync to decide the network type, select AUTO. In such cases, inSync treats any connection with 20 ms or more TTL as WAN.
  6. Click Ok.

The IP address or FQDN is added. You can use the Move Up button to arrange the IP addresses in a desired sequence.

Changing an IP address or FQDN

To change an IP Address or FQDN

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under Server IP / FQDN, click the IP address you want to change and click Edit. The Edit Server IP / FQDN window appears.
  4. Modify the IP / FQDN address, TCP port number, or Network type per your requirement.
  5. Click Ok.

Deleting an IP address or FQDN

To delete an IP address

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under Server IP Address, select the IP address that you want to delete and click Delete.

Enabling HTTPS access to inSync Admin Console

By default, the HTTP protocol is used for accessing inSync Admin Console and inSync Web. However, you can secure access to inSync Admin Console and inSync Web by using the secure HTTPS protocol.

When you enable HTTPS protocol, upload your organization's SSL certificate on the inSync server. If you do not upload your organization's SSL certificate, inSync server uses a self-signed certificate. Because this certificate is self-signed, an untrusted certificate alert is displayed while accessing inSync Admin Console or inSync Web.

Note: Druva recommends that in a production environment, you load an SSL certificate. If you decide to not load your organization's SSL certificate, inform your users to ignore the untrusted certificate alert while accessing inSync Web.

Before you begin: If you plan to load an SSL certificate, obtain a .pem certificate from a Certificate Authority and export it without the private key to a folder on your computer.

 

To enable HTTPS access

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under Network Settings, click Edit. The Network Settings window appears.
  4. Select HTTPS access to Admin Console and End-User Web UI.
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  5. Click the folder icon to select the SSL certificate that you want to upload.
Note: If you do not load your organization's SSL certificate, inSync server uses a self-signed certificate. 
  1. Click Save.

Configuring inSync server credentials

You can choose to run the inSync service as Local System account or a user account. The latter is required if you want to identify the inSync Server processes or if you intend to use network attached storages to store the backup data. By default, the inSync service is run as Local System account.

To configure inSync Server credentials

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under inSync Server Credentials, click Edit. The inSync Service Credentials window appears.
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  4. Make modifications as required:
    • To run inSync service as Local System account, select Use Local System Account.
    • To run inSync service as another account, clear Use Local System Account and then enter the username and password of the account that you want to use.
  5. Click Save.

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