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Good morning, dear friends! Need your help to find out how to open a specific port on the Eset Protect server. This is a port for communication with bacula's backup system. This port is the 9102 that Bacula needs to connect to the eset server and download the backup file era-backup.sql.
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Do you use ESET PROTECT virtual appliance? If so, you can enable/disable the desired communication via iptables.

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On 2/16/2023 at 1:50 PM, Marcos said:

Você usa o dispositivo virtual ESET PROTECT? Se assim for, você pode ativar / desativar a comunicação desejada via iptables.

Good morning dear Marcos!


I had to log in with another account that I didn't remember the password for the one I posted.

But back to the problem, I opened ports 9101, 9102 and 9103 TCP and UDP. with the following command.

iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 9101 -j ACCEPT

And I repeated for port 9102 and 9103, they are open but the bacula still seems to be barred to enter and get the file. And root is being used to do this.

I'm going to leave here a print of the backup team of the error screen so that you or someone else can help me.


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