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Firewalling with Bacula

Last Updated: Oct 09, 2014 07:59PM EDT
Bacula uses three primary tcp ports to function 9101 (dir), 9102 (FD), and 9103(SD).

For a bacula4hosts deployment, tcp 9102 on the servers you are backing up (FDs) must be open to our directors that will connect from source ip: 67.22.128.0/24 or 96.125.182.0/24. Likewise, your storage server (SD) must allow connections to tcp9103 from 67.22.128.0/24 and 96.125.182.0/24 as well. Furthermore, you need to make sure that tcp9102 and tcp9103 are open between the respective server (FD) and storage (SD) that are being backed up.

To recap:

Servers that are being backed up (FD for short, otherwise known as File Daemons):
Ports to be opened ingress/egress: tcp9102, egress: tcp9103, tcp80/443(for API, ssl/443 by default), SSH for auto-install on *nix
Allowed source ips: 67.22.128.0/24, 96.125.182.0/24, and your storage daemon IPs to access tcp9102

Storage Servers (SD for short, otherwise known as Storage Daemons):
Ports to be opened ingress/egress: tcp9103, SSH for auto-storage install
Allowed source ips: 67.22.128.0/24, 96.125.182.0/24, and your file daemon IPs to access tcp9103

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