Learn how to configure AhsayCBS for use with Filebase.

What is AhsayCBS?

AhsayCBS is a backup solution for Windows and Linux operating systems. AhsayCBS is designed for backing up data to cloud storage solutions such as Filebase, and can be configured to create multiple replication copies for backup jobs.

Read below to learn how to use AhsayCBS with Filebase.


1. Login to the AhsayCBS management console.

2. From the dashboard, select ‘Basic’ under ‘System Settings’.

3. Select the ‘Predefined Destinations’ tab, then select the plus sign icon to create a new predefined destination.

4. In the ‘Add New Predefined Destination’ window, enter the following configuration information:

  • Name: Filebase

  • Type: Single Storage Destination

  • Destination Storage: AWS S3 Compatible Cloud Storage

  • Port: 443

  • Access Key ID: Filebase Access Key

  • Secret Access Key: Filebase Secret Key

  • Signature Version: Signature Version 4

  • Signature Region: us-east-1

  • Bucket Name: Filebase Bucket Name

  • Connect with SSL: Select the check box to enable this setting.

5. Then select ‘Test’ to test your configuration settings.

Once successful, select the green plus sign on the bottom right corner to save the configuration.

6. Once saved, your Filebase connection will be listed in the Predefined Destinations tab.

Select the check box next to your connection, then select the green file icon in the bottom right corner to enable the connection.

7. Back in the AhsayCBS Dashboard, select ‘Sending Data’ under the Replication section.

8. In the replication settings, select the toggle switch for ‘Replicate backed up data to another server or predefined cloud storage’, then select ‘To a predefined destination’.

Select your Filebase connection as your destination.

9. Select and configure any additional settings, then select the green file icon to save your replication settings.

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