This article is intended for Users who would like to update their existing inSync 5.5 On-premise environment to single port architecture, i.e from port 6061 to 443.
Note: Only applicable when the server has been upgraded from previous version of inSync to inSync 5.5. Fresh installation of inSync 5.5 comes with default Single port architecture – 443. Existing port can be anything. In this article, we have considered the existing port to be configured as 6061.
- Ensure that a SSL certificate is available as certificate needs to be updated on the Edge server.
- FQDN for inSync Master, inSync Storage Node and inSync Edge server needs to be added to the certificate. (Wild card certificate and SAN would be preferred)
- All the inSync clients must be upgraded to inSync 5.5 version, else backup/restore won’t work once single port architecture has been configured.
Steps to be performed on inSync Edge Server
- Copy the certificate file from inSync Master server OR inSync Storage Node server - location: C:\ProgramData\Druva\inSyncCloud\inSyncServer4\inSyncServerSSL.key and place it on the desktop of inSync Edge Server.
- On the inSync Edge Server, stop the inSync Edge Server service. Click Start and type services.msc. The Services window appears. From the list of services, right-click the DruvainSyncEdgeServer service and click Stop.
- Open C:\Program Data\Druva\inSyncEdgeServer. Rename the inSyncEdgeServerSSL.key to inSyncEdgeServerSSL.key .old
- Copy & paste the inSyncServerSSL.key placed on desktop to C:\Program Data\Druva\inSyncEdgeServer and rename it to inSyncEdgeServerSSL.key
- Restart the inSync Edge Server service. (Click Start and type services.msc. The Services window appears. From the list of services, right-click the DruvainSyncEdgeServer service, and then click Restart.)
Steps to be performed on inSync Admin Console
Change of Ports from 6061 to 443 on admin console
- Login to admin console - Manage - Settings - Network - under Published IP/FQDN - add the entries that are already listed there, but this time with port 443. (Do not delete the existing entries related to 6061 now)
- Ensure that all the clients across the network have backed up once at least, so that 443 entries can be updated in the client configuration file.
- After all the clients have backed up once, remove all the entries related to port 6061 from Manage - Settings - Network - under Published IP/FQDN and Manage Storage nodes. (Only entries with 443 should be kept)
- Go to Manage > Storage list > Storage Node > Click the storage name > Edit and ensure that back and sync port is 443
- Update the Backup / Sync Port, admin UI port & User web access URL to make use of port 443 instead of 6061 from Manage - Settings - Network tab.
- Update the port 443 from 6061 in your environment like reverse proxy, TMZ, Firewall etc.
- Test the backup/restore, share and download functionality.