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    [SOLVED] Nagios: check_snmp

    Just installed Nagios and want to use check_snmp

    I did a apt get net-snmp install and it worked fine
    Yet the snmp is still not working

    From reading it says I need to get net-snmp-utils .. where do i get this from?

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    Re: Nagios: check_snmp

    Try this article:
    http://www.debuntu.org/how-to-monito...snmp-and-cacti

    This is one I used when I setup all mine. It's a hell of a lot easier then using snmpconf. On a side note after you get your nagios setup, check out cacti. I use nagios and cacti to monitor about 20 servers and a couple routers and switches and it works great.

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    Re: Nagios: check_snmp

    worked .. thanks

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    Re: Nagios: check_snmp

    Quote Originally Posted by tcpip4lyfe View Post
    Try this article:
    http://www.debuntu.org/how-to-monito...snmp-and-cacti

    This is one I used when I setup all mine. It's a hell of a lot easier then using snmpconf. On a side note after you get your nagios setup, check out cacti. I use nagios and cacti to monitor about 20 servers and a couple routers and switches and it works great.
    how to know snmp server is running ?

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    Re: Nagios: check_snmp

    Quote Originally Posted by ning_ning View Post
    how to know snmp server is running ?
    snmpwalk -v 2c -c public localhost

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    Re: [SOLVED] Nagios: check_snmp

    Friends:

    Hello, i am from Santiago of Chile, I would like to implement Nagios snmp. I already have Nagios installed, but where in the plugin check_snmp? What do you like? and What else do you need?

    please you help

    thank you!!!

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    Re: [SOLVED] Nagios: check_snmp

    Quote Originally Posted by vixo12 View Post
    Friends:

    Hello, i am from Santiago of Chile, I would like to implement Nagios snmp. I already have Nagios installed, but where in the plugin check_snmp? What do you like? and What else do you need?

    please you help

    thank you!!!
    Make sure nagios-snmp-plugins is installed and it is usually located in /usr/lib/nagios/plugins

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    Re: [SOLVED] Nagios: check_snmp

    Quote Originally Posted by ikki_72 View Post
    Make sure nagios-snmp-plugins is installed and it is usually located in /usr/lib/nagios/plugins
    Or if you're using a 3.x version of nagios, they're in /usr/local/nagios/libexec

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    Re: [SOLVED] Nagios: check_snmp

    I'm missing the check_snmp plug-in, I have installed the nagios plug-ins 1.4.14, anyone know how to install this plug-in?
    I also have nagios 3.2 installed

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    Re: [SOLVED] Nagios: check_snmp

    Quote Originally Posted by snyper82 View Post
    I'm missing the check_snmp plug-in, I have installed the nagios plug-ins 1.4.14, anyone know how to install this plug-in?
    I also have nagios 3.2 installed
    You should have check_snmp with the default compile. If not, you can google "check_snmp" and probably download it, then recompile the plugins

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