Network Management with Nagios

John Deere had to expand network management across a diverse collection of hardware and software. Nagios saved the day.
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Need Help!!!

Sankar N's picture

I have gone through this article and it very useful.

Could please share the example conf file of the Nagios?

Please help me....

Thanks!
Sankar N.

how to on configuring Nagios for WIndows systems

7echno7im's picture

I enjoyed your article on Nagios. Can anyone refer me to a “how to

My impression is that NAGIOS

Anonymous's picture

My impression is that NAGIOS is somewhat lacking compared to projects like OpenNMS, which has FULL database support AND port discovery features built-in.

NAGIOS might work well for a fairly static networks, but it's a bear on networks where with more "dynamic" needs since it has so many different objects that have to be set up to do even *SIMPLE* things

CIM - Compaq Insight Manager plugins

Skifter's picture

Great article - I wish I had read it before i installed.

Is it possible to get hold of the CIM plugins.???

Woudl be great. :-)

Thanks

Skifter

Insight Manager Plug-ins for nagios

Bob Davis's picture

I'm also very interested in the CIM plug-ins for Nagios. Do you have any info on this?

Thanks!

Bob

Great article!! Thanks man.

^MadDog^'s picture

Great article!! Thanks man.

Link correction

Anonymous's picture

The link to the nagios configuration files has changed. The current link is: ftp://ftp.ssc.com/pub/lj/listings/issue111/6767.tgz

hp printer Check

Anonymous's picture

check_hpjd ,solaris and hp-ux plugins required

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