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Replacing an X1500 Socket with an X1700 Socket

Currently the Cato Management Application doesn't support changing a site from the X1500 Socket to the X1700 Socket.

To replace an X1500 Socket with an X1700 Socket, please contact Support.

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  • Comment author
    Peter Breuer

    I am looking for details on how the Socket X1700 configurations are backed up, I need to make sure that if I have a Socket Hardware failure I am able to restore the service as soon as possible. I found the document describing the X1500, but Im looking for the X1700's. Please point me to the appropriate documentation.

    Peter Breuer

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    Arthur Braudo

    Hi Peter,

    All configuration is actually stored in the Cato cloud, so there's no need to back up the Socket. The only setting that is local and not backed up is the static IP on the WAN interface.

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    Gerwin Bröcker

    Is the above procedure still applicable as we are able to disassociate a X1500 socket ourself through CC2?

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  • Comment author
    Tamir Eliyahu

    Hello Gerwin,

    You can now un-assign the X1500 socket from the Cato Management Application.

    Assuming the X1700 is assigned to your account in the Admin area, you can replace the X1500.

    In case of any issue, please contact our support team. 

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