LanScape Centrex Proxy Server™ - User's Reference
LanScape Centrex Proxy Server®
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Part Number
Software License Agreement
Getting Started
The LanScape Centrex Proxy Server®
General Description
Proxy Server Configuration
Performing Configuration
Configuration Dialogs
Basic Settings
Network Configuration
Call Processing Timeouts
Local Directory
Call Routing
Global iNet® Accounts
Media Proxy Support
Event Logging
Wan IP/NAT Detection
Custom Plug In
SIP Logging
Backing up and restoring configuration information
Backing up the proxy configuration
Restoring the proxy configuration
Running Multiple Instances
Running more than one proxy on the same machine
Running the proxy server as a service
Running the proxy server as a service
Proxy Plug-in API
Plug-in API General Description
Deployment Scenarios
Deploying in the global IP address space
Deploying in your private IP address space
Help File Version
Help File Version

Backing Up the Proxy Configuration

The Centrex Proxy Server® supports the ability to save primary proxy configuration information in backup file images. This is helpful if you are deploying many proxy servers or are experimenting with your proxy settings to see what works best for your particular deployment scenario. This capability is also useful for creating a configuration file for when you want to run the Centrex Proxy Server® as a service.

Once proxy settings are backed up, they can be restored easily any time in the future if required.


Backing up proxy configuration information allows you to save primary proxy settings. It does not allow you to save "extended" information such as Local Directory settings, Call Routing information, Global iNet® Accounts or the local Authentication database. To save "extended" information, you may have to manually backup (copy) any number of local database files (*.ldb) or remote database images if so configured.

The following main menu selection can be used to perform a proxy server configuration backup:

Once you select the menu selection above, the following dialog will be displayed that will allow you to specify a destination file name:

Select an existing file or type the name of a new backup image file. To backup your proxy settings, press the Save button.