All Barracuda Backup Servers, all firmware versions.
Barracuda Backup Service uses SSHFS to back up data contained on a Unix or Linux server running an SSH daemon. To allow your Backup Server to securely connect to your server, you must use a public key.
Unix / Linux Server
- Login to the control panel and add/edit a server attached to the appropriate backup server.
- Run the commands listed in the SSHFS Information section. This will list the specific key in use by the backup server.
- Open the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file and verify that the PubkeyAuthentication option is set to Yes (you may need to uncomment the line by removing the # preceding it)
- Restart the SSH daemon for your changes to take effect.
# /etc/init.d/sshd restart
Barracuda Backup Web Interface
Select Add Server from the Settings > Backup Management page to add your Linux / Unix server.
Select Server Type Mac OS X / Linux / Unix (SSHFS).
Enter the Username of the user you installed the SSH key for.
Click Save Changes.
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