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  • Nagios 3.x
  • Nagios 4.x
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This script will output the Internet Connection Speed using speedtest-cli to Nagios.

You need to have installed speedtest-cli on your system first and ensured that it is
working by calling "speedtest --simple".

See here: for info about speedtest-cli

Please see the help from the script for more details.

Any issues, please report them on the GitHub page:
Reviews (5)
I used the manual installation in my CentOS server, downloaded the file, give permissions to execution, but then I had two issues, the first one in line 170 you need to add the path to the python script: STb="/usr/local/bin" the check tells you that, but then, depending on your installation, you may need to change the command in line 275 adn 280, in my case I had to change this:
$($STb/speedtest --server=$SEs --simple)
with this:
$($STb/speedtest-cli --server=$SEs --simple)

From there on, the check works beautibully.

Thanks Jon Witts!
byTrollFarmer, January 4, 2017
The script works very wel. There is only one point you should change.

The comparison in the IF statements will not work optimal. I had to change the If statements to something like this:
if [ $(echo $upload '
You do job good.
bysiggi, March 26, 2014
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Would be much better if "server" option would be added!
Owner's reply

Hi Siggi,

I have included your suggested changes into version 1.1 of the script. Please update to the latest version!

Thanks for your suggestions,

byelpatron, January 27, 2014
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Easy to install und use, clean performace data, tested with Nagios 4.0.2 and PNP 0.6.21 (Debian wheezy).

Unfortunately, ping response times from seem to be much too big (by the factor of 10)?
Owner's reply

Hi elpatron,

Thanks for the review.

My script is not processing the ping results as such; other than displaying what the speedtest-cli python script is returning. I have had a quick look on their site and found this: