[quote=IWorx-Socheat;4590]Sure, would be glad to help.
Creating a backup and have it remotely transferred to another box via FTP is only possible in SiteWorx. That means, you’ll have to login to each SiteWorx account and initiate the backup. Good news is, if you need to do this on a regular basis, you can also set a backup schedule so that you won’t have to do it every time.
If the ?Backup / Restore? submenu on the left is not already expanded, click on ?Backup / Restore? to expand the menu.
Click ?Backup? in the ?Backup / Restore? submenu.
Choose your "Backup Type", either a Full backup or Partial backup. If you choose Partial backup, you'll need to chose which portions you want included in the backup (web, email, databases)
Choose from the "Backup When" options, either "Backup Now" or "Schedule Backup". "Backup Now" is pretty self-explanatory. If you schedule a backup, you can chose to run a backup daily, weekly, or monthly.
Choose from the ?Backup Where? options. This is what you'll be most interested in. Choose "FTP" or "SFTP/SCP" from the dropdown, and fill in the hostname, username, passwords, and path to where you want the file stored on the remote server
If you chose to schedule a backup, the submit button will read "Schedule Backup", otherwise it will read "Backup". Click the submit button to initiate the backup process
We are currently working on a much more extensive manual and howto for InterWorx. You just got the condensed, preview version of our Backup from Siteworx page. If you need anything else clarified, don’t hesitate to ask.[/quote]
I installed CSF and removed APF. However, even after restarting iworx, apf is still listed as “running”, but physically does exist on the server at all. Its completely removed. Why would this be the case?
Also, does this look valid?
Allow incoming TCP ports
TCP_IN = “20,21,22,25,53,80,110,143,443,465,953,993,995,2080,2443,2355”
Allow outgoing TCP ports
TCP_OUT = “20,21,22,25,53,80,110,113,123,443,953,9999”
Allow incoming UDP ports
UDP_IN = “20,21,53,953”