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 The Backup Configuration section includes a field where you can view/name the backup file. The default syntax for the backup filename is:\\ The Backup Configuration section includes a field where you can view/name the backup file. The default syntax for the backup filename is:\\
-"tomato_vYYYYM_<hash value>" .+"freshtomato_vYYYYM_<hash value>"Where:
  
-Where v=version (release)YYYY=Year and M=month. The backup file is archived in standard .gz (gzip format). Once extracted, the actual backup file is a raw text file.+v = version (release) 
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 +YYYY = Year 
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 +M = month. 
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 +The backup file is archived in standard .gz (gzip format). Once extracted, the actual backup file is a raw text file.
  
 **Backup:** Clicking on the Backup button will open a prompt asking you where you want to store the backup .gz archive. **Backup:** Clicking on the Backup button will open a prompt asking you where you want to store the backup .gz archive.
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 ===== Restore Configuration ===== ===== Restore Configuration =====
  
-The Restore Configuration section includes a button allowing to you to choose the Tomato configuration file from which you'd like to restore settings.+The Restore Configuration section includes a button allowing to you to choose the FreshTomato configuration file from which you'd like to restore settings.
  
 **Browse…** Clicking this button brings up a prompt asking you to located the backup configuration file you want to restore. **Browse…** Clicking this button brings up a prompt asking you to located the backup configuration file you want to restore.
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 **Restore: **Clicking this button starts the restore process from settings chosen using the file chosen, as above. **Restore: **Clicking this button starts the restore process from settings chosen using the file chosen, as above.
  
-The default syntax for backup filenames is: "tomato_vYYYYM_<hash value>" . Where:\\ +The default syntax for backup filenames is: "freshtomato_vYYYYM_<hash value>" . Where: 
-v=version (release)\\ + 
-YYYY=Year\\ +\\ 
-M=month of release version. Backup files are archived in standard .gz (gzip format). Once extracted, the actual backup file is a raw text file.+v = version (release) 
 + 
 +YYYY = Year 
 + 
 +M = month of release version. 
 + 
 +Backup files are archived in standard .gz (gzip format). Once extracted, the actual backup file is a raw text file.
  
  
 ===== Restore Default Configuration ===== ===== Restore Default Configuration =====
  
-This section has a dropdown menu allowing you to choose options which will restore all Tomato's default configuration settings.+This section has a dropdown menu allowing you to choose options which will restore all FreshTomato's default configuration settings.
  
   * Restore default router settings (normal) \\ This option will restore all default router settings, but will not erase NVRAM contents.   * Restore default router settings (normal) \\ This option will restore all default router settings, but will not erase NVRAM contents.
-  * Erase all data in NVRAM memory (thorough) \\ This option will restore all Tomato's default settings, and also erase NVRAM contents. \\ This is commonly used before and/or after you've flashed the router with new firmware, \\ to prevent possible conflicts between new settings and old settings.+  * Erase all data in NVRAM memory (thorough) \\ This option will restore all FreshTomato's default settings, and also erase NVRAM contents. \\ This is commonly used before and/or after you've flashed the router with new firmware, \\ to prevent possible conflicts between new settings and old settings.
  
 The Total/Free NVRAM numbers display the Total NVRAM available, vs. the amount of NVRAM currently in use, \\ followed the percentage of free NVRAM. The Total/Free NVRAM numbers display the Total NVRAM available, vs. the amount of NVRAM currently in use, \\ followed the percentage of free NVRAM.
  
  
configuration.1617805375.txt.gz · Last modified: 2021/04/07 15:22 by hogwild