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Barracuda Backup

Local UI Page

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Open a web browser, enter the Barracuda Backup Server IP address, and log in to the Barracuda Backup web interface

Upgrade Firmware on a Local Control Appliance

Complete the following steps to upgrade the firmware on a Local Control appliance:

  1. Log in to the Barracuda Backup Local Control web interface, and go to the System > Firmware page.

  2. Click download the newest Firmware Package:

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  3. Save the firmware package to your local system:
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  4. In the web interface, to the right of Firmware Package file, click Browse, and select the firmware package you downloaded to your local system:
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  5. Once the file is selected, click Upload Firmware Package:
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  6. The firmware package is now loaded. Click Upgrade Now to begin the firmware upgrade:
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  7. Allow the upgrade to complete; this may take up to 10 minutes. A notification displays when the upgrade process is complete:
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  8. Click OK to close the notification. Allow approximately 10 minutes for services to update and restart. Refresh your browser to see the changes in the web interface.

Open a Support Tunnel from Local Control

Use the following steps to log in to the local interface and open a support tunnel for remote diagnostics and technical support services over TCP port 22 outbound:

  1. In a browser window, enter the Barracuda Backup appliance IP address.
  2. Log in using your Barracuda Cloud Control credentials.
  3. Go to the System > Device Information page, and in the Server Actions section, click Open Support Tunnel:
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  4. The button changes to Close Support Tunnel, and a message displays indicating that the tunnel is open.
  5. Once troubleshooting is complete, click Close Support Tunnel.

Shut Down a Barracuda Backup Appliance

You can remotely reboot or shut down a Barracuda Backup appliance by logging in to its local web interface. Type the Barracuda Backup IP address in a web browser, log in using your Barracuda Networks account, and go to the System > Device Information page:

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You can also perform a safe shutdown of a Barracuda Backup appliance by pressing the POWER button on the front of the device. This issues a shutdown command to all system and service processes before the device powers down.

Caution
Do not push the POWER button for more than a couple of seconds. Holding it for five seconds or longer causes an immediate hard shutdown. This interrupts running processes and the Barracuda Backup appliance powers off before unmounting the file system.


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