Category: Nagios

How to install and configure NSC++ (NSCP) on windows.How to install and configure NSC++ (NSCP) on windows.

To monitor windows hosts on nagios we need to configure NSC++ on client side. First, you need to download the add on packages from this link. Download NSC++ Latest version Create a new folder named “NSC++” on C:\ Drive and extract the dowloaded folder. You will find a file named

How to add windows client to Nagios monitoring.How to add windows client to Nagios monitoring.

In the previous article, we discussed how to configure linux client host into the Nagios server. This article shows you how to configure windows client with Nagios server. Before configuring the Windows client, will have to look into nagios configuration file once. Because the windows configuration file windows.cfg is by

How to add a new client to the Nagios server.How to add a new client to the Nagios server.

In the previous articles, we discussed how to install Nagios, how to install Nagios plugins, how to upgrade Nagios core and how to install Nagios client. Now in this article will discuss how to configure new clients in the Nagios server. There are different configuration files Linux and Windows clients

How to install Nagios client (NRPE)How to install Nagios client (NRPE)

You need to do installation and basic client configuration on remote server to monitor your host and services with Nagios Core. Step 1: First of all you need to install all required packages. # yum install gcc glibc glibc-common gd gd-devel make net-snmp openssl-devel vim wget xinetd Step 2: Create

How to Upgrade Nagios Core from 4.3.2 to 4.4.6How to Upgrade Nagios Core from 4.3.2 to 4.4.6

The new Nagios Core version fixes are here. Nagios core 4.4.6 – 2020-04-28 FIXES 1. Fixed Map display in Internet Explorer 11 (#714) (Scott Wilkerson) 2. Fixed duplicate properties appearing in statusjson.cgi (#718) (Sebastian Wolf) 3. Fixed NERD not building when enabled in ./configure (#723) (Sebastian Wolf) 4. Fixed build