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check_asc (voice recording)

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Current Version
1.2
Last Release Date
2013-11-15
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check_asc (voice recording)
The script will check your ASC Marathon Evolution voice recording system. The script has been tested against version 10.00.14.

In order to run it, you must order the the EMAIL/SNMP license at ASC (see http://www.asctelecom.com). Otherwise, it won't work.
Requirements
============
You must have an ASC Marathon Evolution voice recording system. The script has
been tested against version 10.00.14. In order to run it, you must order the the
EMAIL/SNMP license at ASC (see http://www.asctelecom.com). Otherwise, it won't
work.

In order to be able to query the ASC status you must execute the following
steps.

1) Login into the ASC DataManager.
2) Under "Configuration" -> "Alarm Notifications" activate the "SNMP Get"
option and save the new config.

Installation
============
1) Put the check_asc script into the /usr/local/nagios/libexec directory.
2) Add definitions according to the voicerecording.cfg sample to your own
definition files.


Usage
=====
The check_asc script verify certain parameters via SNMP.

Parameters:
-h (--help) usage help
-V (--version) plugin version
-t (--timeout) seconds before the plugin times out (default=15)
-C (--command) execute command
-H
valid commands: ASCSTATUS
ASCVERSION
CPULOAD1 -w -c (1 minute
load)
CPULOAD5 -w -c (5 minute
load)
CPULOAD15 -w -c (15 minute
load)
DISKSPACE -w
-c
[-P mountpoint]
OSVERSION
RAM -w buffer and cache>
-c buffer and cache>
SWAP -w
-c
SYSTEMDATE -w
-c
UPTIME

Changes

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V 1.2 (2013-11-15): *) added a hint that the SNMP option might not be active in
case a check fails
V 1.1 (2013-10-08): *) added command ASCVERSION which returns the ASC software
version
*) added command OSVERSION which returns the operating system
version of the machine
*) added commamd SYSTEMDATE to verify the current time of
the machine