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2000 IVS switch backups

2000 IVS switch backups

2000 IVS switch backups

Hi all,
I am working on disaster recovery plans for our organization and started wondering if there is a way to backup the data on this system to a file or series of files.  I see that in Matworx there is a backups option, but I guess I don't understand what the process is and was hoping someone would be kind enough to clue me in.


RE: 2000 IVS switch backups

You have to backup each area name in the dropdown menu to a separate file. It is a pretty time consuming process and I would not suggest doing this by modem. Instead, direct connect to the PBX and do your disk backup from there.

RE: 2000 IVS switch backups

That's what I was thinking, but wasn't quite sure.  So this will back up all switch programming?

Thanks for your help!

RE: 2000 IVS switch backups

All of the important stuff. I've never actually had to use any of my backups, so I honestly couldn't say for sure. I would keep listups of LCR and CM10/11 as well. You can run them in MWS and copy/paste to a text file. Or, you can open the MOC Terminal, turn on the Log File, then run the listups from MWS. This will capture the listup as MWS runs it.

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