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First, verify that bacula is listening on the correct port by running this command: netstat -anb If this is fine, then just add a firewall exception for the bacula daemon process: netsh firewall add allowedprogram "C:\bacula\bin\backula-fd.exe" "bacula daemon" enable (check the actual process name: it's been a while)
The first thing to check is your firewall. By default CentOS won't have port 9001 open and unless you've taken steps to open it it's most likely your problem. Take a look at the output of iptables -L INPUT -vn and see if there is a rult that would allow traffic on port 9001. If there isn't or there isn't an obvious rule to allow the traffic then try ...
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