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Riddick

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Hi. I made a system backup of my KO with digium's wildcard and restored it on the other PC without any cards. The FXO interfaces are still there (disabled) and there is no button for deleting them. Please, help me to do it, perhaps using SSH.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi,

the only way to fix this now is to do a factory reset. It will be possible to delete the interfaces in the next version, most likely in Operator 2.1.1.

Until then, you can send me your system backup file and I can fix it manually. Contact me at fjenicek<_at_>kerio.com

Best
Filip
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Riddick

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OK, and what if i just take out the wildcart from the PC where it's installed, will they disappear? Then I could make a backup without the card and after that put it back.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi

If you still have access to the box with hw cards, you can fix it from there. Remove all cards by clicking the "Reset to default" button. You might need to remove all outbound routes first. After that you can create a backup and use it on a machine without any hw cards.

Filip
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