Automate backup for Restorepoint devices without scripts

Restorepoint® configuration backup is the process of making a copy of the complete configuration and settings for Restorepoint devices. Configuration backups allow network administrators to recover quickly from a device failure, roll back from misconfiguration or simply revert a device to a previous state.

Because configurations change in time, configuration backups for Restorepoint should be created regularly and stored in a secure location.

Restorepoint includes support for the following Restorepoint device types:

  • Restorepoint supports additional devices not listed here, using SCP/SFTP/FTP file copy and CIFS

Restorepoint supports additional devices not listed in this guide through the generic device plugin, where Restorepoint works as a secure FTP server. In order to use the generic push device plug-in, the device must be capable of uploading its configuration at regular intervals using FTP. Please note that device clusters, or in general devices that upload multiple files, are not supported by the Generic plugin.

Restorepoint enables organisations to remove network management complexity by putting routine tasks such as network configuration backup, compliance and change management tasks on autopilot across their multi-vendor network infrastructure.

Using Restorepoint's simple graphical user interface network administrators can quickly schedule network device backups without scripts, analyse devices to ensure security, compliance and automate bulk changes that would otherwise take hours or days to implement manually. Learn more about how Restorepoint how you can save time and ensure you meet your disaster recovery and compliance needs.