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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.

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  • check_ospf_nbr

    Checks OSPF v2 and v3 adjacencies (neighbours) using SNMP.

  • Check FreeIPA replication

    This plugin check replication between FreeIPA servers. This first release is only for RH/OL/CentOS version 7.

  • nagios_check_dell_s_series

    Nagios check plugin for Dell | EMC² S-series switches, running OS10 firmware This check retrieve operational values from Dell specific SNMP MIBs

  • Check Network Teaming Adapter LBFO

    Powershell Script for use with NRPE Checks State of LBFO Teaming Adapter in Windows 2012 - 2016

  • PCMeassure / Plugin

    This is a plugin to check sensors connected to ethernet boxes. A Perl version of the plugin exists but is no longer maintained.

  • check_ftp_rw (w/performance meter support)

    This is just a minor update to the check_ftp_rw plugin at: The plugin is now able to put performance data to draw a performance sheet to the nagios monitoring Thanks to Paul Archer / Michalczyk / steffenpoulsen for the original plugin :-) --- $ ./check_ftp_rw --help check_ftp_rw v$Id: check_hgsc_ftp,v 1.1 2007/01/02 16:11:33 root Exp root $ (nagios-plugins 1.4.16) The nagios plugins come with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You may redistribute copies of the plugins under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information about these matters, see the file named COPYING. Copyright (c) 2007 Paul Archer check_ftp_rw v$Id: check_ftp_rw v 1.4 2018/08/29 14:30:00 root Exp root $ (nagios-plugins 1.4.16) The nagios plugins come with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You may redistribute copies of the plugins under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information about these matters, see the file named COPYING. 08.2018 modified by Dirk Malzahn added performance data Usage: check_ftp_rw --host [--user ][--password ][--timeout ][--port ] [--dir ][--file ][--write ][--ssl][--sftp][--crit ][--warn ][--min ][--max ] check_ftp_rw [--help] check_ftp_rw [--version] --host host to check --user username to use (uses 'anonymous' if user not given) --password password to use (uses 'nagios' if password not given) --port port to use (uses 21 if port not given) --timeout timeout in seconds --dir cd to this directory (stays in base directory otherwise) --file remote filename to retrieve --write remote filename to put --ssl connect using FTPS instead of plain FTP (RFC4217) --sftp connect using SFTP instead of plain FTP (RFC4251) --crit Critical time to login to the ftp server ( Default: 10000 ms ) --warn Warning time to login to the ftp server ( Default: 5000 ms ) --min Minimal Time to response to nagios ( Default: 0 ms ) --max Maximal Time to response to nagios ( Default: 50000 ms ) Will return CRITICAL if host cannot be contacted or logged into. Will return WARNING if specified directory or file isn't accessible/uploadable. Will return the amount of time from start of login until logoff of user for performance meter. Send email to if you have questions regarding use of this software. To submit patches or suggest improvements, send email to Please include version information with all correspondence (when possible, use output from the --version option of the plugin itself).

  • check_usb

    NRPE Plugin - Check if a USB is plug-in to a computer or server.

  • nagios-check-virustotal

    This plugin checks a URL against VirusTotal's API, which in turn checks against many popular security vendors. VirusTotal's API is rate limited. If the rate limit is exceeded, a 204 HTTP response will be returned. The plugin will in turn return an UNKNOWN reponse to Nagios. The URL must be supplied as complete, including the protocol, eg: ''

  • check_phishtank

    This plugin downloads the Phishtank database in CSV and checks it for a string. The database is only refreshed every 60 minutes (by default), so it is safe to run the check script frequently (eg. against many domains). There is no need to check for a fully qualified domain name. If your domain names is, it is safe to search 'example' or ''.

  • check_veeam_bkp

    This is a Nagios Plugin that checks the last status of last run of all veeam jobs, not including Replication (BackupSync) jobs (which is a continues jobs that for behaving differently). - Powershell needs to be installed on the Nagios box. - NSClient++ needs to be installed on the windosn Veeam server It is based on another plugin from 'Nagios Exchange' The plugin takes 2 arguments: - Veeam Backup job name ('all' can be used) - Number of days that have to elapse since the last job run before it's assumed to be in critical state It checks the job type, in case of 'Backup' type it checks last run status and number of days since 'last run'. - In case status is Failed it exit with CRITICAL (2). - In case last run is greater then expected (value passed as argument) is exit with CRITICAL (2). - No Success in job status exit with WARNING (3). - Unknown jobs and jobs that are not of type 'Backup' exit with WARNING (3). - Otherwise the script exit with SUCCESS (0). It has been successfully tested on Veeam Backup & Replication Usage: check_veeam_bkp.ps1 [job name all] [number of days]