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This script does basically the same as the Perl version, but has the extra of being able to resolve hostnames not just IPs.
You just place this file in front of the commands no need to change the command itself. E.g:

define command{
command_name check-http
command_line $USER1$/check_http %HOSTADDRESS%

will become:

define command{
command_name check-http
command_line $USER1$/check_multiaddr.php $USER1$/check_http %HOSTADDRESS%

Now you can specify multiple IP addresses in the host configs, comma-separated.

check_multiaddr.php [--behaviour ]

By default it will use the ANY behaviour. This means that as long as one check is successful the end result will be OK. If you specify all then all the checks must be successful before the check returns OK.