I’m testing Duplicacy Web on a Fedora 29 with Wasabi as storage backend.
The first tests have been correct and until now it was working fine.
This week I changed the equipment to new hardware and installed Fedora 29 from scratch.
Taking advantage of the change, I downloaded Duplicacy Web again and changed the Wasabi storage from us-east-1 to eu-central-1.
Now, when I try to perform the first synchronization, the connection soon freezes. At first I thought that it was the router that was blocked, but in other devices in the house I still have network.
Even if you close Duplicacy, the network is still frozen, and a reboot does not fix it either, I have to restart the router to get it back up and running. I imagine that will block the IP of the computer and does not release until restart.
I have tried also configuring again the us-east-1 region with same results.
Any idea why this might happen?