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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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Newest Nagios Projects

  • Palo Alto Firewall

    SNMP Check for Palo Alto Firewalls with Performance data Tested on PA 3020 there is another file for PA 500 because fanspeed is not availible. Only Fanstatus.

  • Dell Powervault MD34xx

    Simple SNMP Check for Dell Powervault MD 34xx Storage

  • Dell Compellent

    Checks Status of DELL Compellent Storage Tested on SC2020 based on check_equallogic from napsty

  • check_qnap_all_models

    check_qnap for all models with performancedata

  • check_file_system

    Compare checksums of all files in arbitrary directories with expected checksum from cache file.


    This SNMP based nagios plugins will return ESXI guest host's status inventory


    This Nagios Plugins is SNMP based, used to monitor mikrotik routers environment's values for example Temperature and Power Consumption.

  • check_cisco_router_temp

    This Nagios plugins is to monitor Cisco router's temperature.

  • check_snmp_mikrotik_memory

    This is snmp based plugin, can monitor Mikrotik Router’s main memory and system disk usage as well as storage allocation failure. Currently Critical & Warning threshold has been set only for main memory. Sample command, -H -C -w -c –H –C “public” –w 40 –c 50