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    Post Interface setup backup file

    Ok, What bothers me is when I use a backup file to get untangle to how it was before a re-install. It does not save the interfaces in what order they are set up. This is not a big issue if you only have 2-4 interfaces. But I got 12 cabled interfaces and 2 wireless. I don't use them all, but it's annoying to figure out what goes where.

    So in a future version. Is it possible for a backup to save the interface setup completely? And not just ip range/dhcp setup?
    That would be very nice.

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    It does.
    Just open up the backup and take a look. Its just a tarball.

    If you install on a different server, then obviously you have to tell it which interface is which.

    Maybe you can provide some details or a screenshot of what you are seeing?
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    Hmm. I don't install on a different server, so that is not the issue. My experience is every time I install untangle again. I need to re-arrange the interfaces. It remember the interface names but put them on the wrong interface.

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    The reason for all this is the error 500 has returned. And I'm guessing it's some sort of i/o error. Maybe the ssd drive is not working correctly or something. I plan to order a mini-pcie ssd instead. See if that works better.

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    Here is the reason I think the error is disc related.
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