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Use Duplicati with Telnyx Storage
Use Duplicati with Telnyx Storage
Discover how to set up Duplicati, an open-source backup solution, with Telnyx Storage for secure and automated backup and recovery.
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Written by Telnyx Engineering
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Duplicati is an open-source backup software that provides users with a simple and reliable way to back up their files and data to various cloud storage providers, including Amazon S3, Google Drive, Dropbox, and now Telnyx Storage. It features strong encryption, incremental and full backups, versioning, and scheduling, as well as options for customization and automation.

How to configure Duplicati to work with Telnyx Storage

  1. Download and install the latest version of Duplicati here!

  2. Open the Duplicati application.

  3. Click on Add Backup, select Configure a new backup and click Next to continue

  4. There are 5 steps to creating a new backup. This guide will only focus on Step 2: Destination, where we will configure Telnyx Storage as the backup destination.

  5. In the Storage Type dropdown menu, select S3 Compatible

  6. For the remaining fields, enter the following information:

    1. Use SSL: toggled on

    2. Server: in the dropdown menu, select Custom Server URL ( ) and then enter

    3. Bucket Name: either type the name of an existing bucket, or enter the name for a bucket you want to create

    4. Bucket Create Region: pick any of the available regions listed here. I chose dallas for this example

    5. Storage class: (default) ( )

    6. AWS Access ID: copy and paste your Telnyx API Key in this field

    7. AWS Access Key: The secret access key is not used by Telnyx Storage, but Duplicati will complain if it doesn’t exist. Type out anything you want here, as long as it doesn't include spaces, quoting, or special characters of any kind.

    8. Client library to use: Amazon AWS SDK

And that's all there is to it! You can complete the other remaining steps for configuring a new backup. Once the new backup is created, your data will be stored on Telnyx Storage.

Additional Resources

For more information on how to use Duplicati, check out their manuals here.

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