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Monitoring pfSense with Nagios Using SSH – part 3

Monitoring pfSense with Nagios Using SSH – part 3

Configuring the checks on Nagios XI This is the third and final part to monitoring pfSense with Nagios XI using SSH. If you missed either of the previous parts, I’ve included them below. Note: If you’re configuring this on Nagios Core, scroll down to the bottom of this page for the example commands.cfg and services.cfg files. Part 1: Setting up password-less SSH Part 2: Downloading and testing the checks Changelog 15Dec2017 – Originally posted 9May2018 – Added uptime and CPU…

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Monitoring pfSense with Nagios Using SSH – part 2

Monitoring pfSense with Nagios Using SSH – part 2

Downloading and testing the checks In the part 1, we setup password-less SSH. What good does that do? Now that we have a secure connection between the systems, we are quite a bit closer to securely running check commands using the SSH proxy on Nagios XI or the check_by_ssh on Nagios Core. Changelog 15Dec2017 – Originally posted 9May2018 – Added uptime and CPU temperature check as well as a Nagios Core example 11May2018 – Modified the check_pf_mem plugin 1June2018 –…

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Monitoring pfSense with Nagios Using SSH – part 1

Monitoring pfSense with Nagios Using SSH – part 1

Monitoring pfSense with Nagios XI or Core Using SSH Series This walkthrough will guide you through the process of monitoring your pfSense using SSH and Nagios. Though this was originally written with Nagios XI in mind, recent additions to this walkthrough have made the process far easier for those configuring it on Nagios Core. FWIW, the scripts could also be used with NRPE without issue, although I discuss why SSH is my preferred route below. The end of part 3…

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