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Nagios Exchange

Nagios Exchange

Nagios® Exchange is the central place where you'll find all types of Nagios projects - plugins, addons, documentation, extensions, and more. This site is designed for the Nagios Community to share its Nagios creations.

Have a new project for Nagios that you'd like to share? Just create an account and add it to the directory. (Read the FAQ)

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  • check_mount.tcl

    Checking that fstab mount points are mounted and that swaps are active.

  • check_burp_backup_age

    Nagios local check for burp's timestamps backup age. Always check github for last version. Burp backup project: (http://burp.grke.org/)

  • Nagios XI – How to Upgrade Using the Web UI

    This document describes how to upgrade your Nagios® XI™ installation quickly and easily from the web interface. This allow users to upgrade to latest version of Nagios XI which provides users with critical patches, bug fixes, and resolved security vulnerabilities. This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators who want to keep their Nagios XI installation up-to-date and easily upgrade their installation with a simple click of a button.

  • Nagios Network Analyzer Administrator Guide

    The administrator guide for Nagios Network Analyzer.

  • Installing And Configuring Windows Netflow Exporters For Network Analyzer

    This document describes how to choose, install, and configure netflow exporters for Windows operating systems. It is intended for use by admins looking to collect netflow information from Windows workstations and servers.

  • Nagios Network Analyzer – Manual Installation Instructions

    This document is intended to outline the steps required to manually install Nagios Network Analyzer, along with its prerequisites from source. This document is intended for use by Administrators who wish to install Nagios Network Analyzer on physical servers, operating systems and distributions other than those provided as our official pre-built Virtual Machines.

  • Understanding Network Flows

    This document describes what network flows are, and also compares and contrasts the multitude of different types of flows. It is targeted at network designers who need more information on available technologies for monitoring their environment.

  • Understanding And Using Network Analyzer Reports

    This document describes how to understand, configure, and use reports in Nagios Network Analyzer. It is intended for use by network administrators who want to integrate reporting into their Network Analysis.

  • Understanding And Using Views In Network Analyzer

    This document describes how to understand, configure, and use Views in Nagios Network Analyzer. It is intended for use by network administrators who want to integrate different views into their Network Analysis.

  • Understanding Sources And Source Groups In Network Analyzer

    This document describes what and how sources and source groups work. It is intended for use by network administrators who want to setup and/or use Nagios Network Analyzer.

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