How to Add Windows Host to Nagios Monitoring Server

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71 Responses

  1. Gangadhar says:

    Update the client details rest is worked for me. Thanks for the port.

  2. giang says:

    check_nt show incorrect total of ram. how can i repair it? thank

  3. ??? says:

    NSClient++ 0.3.1??? really? that’s from 2008. can this tutorial be updated please?

  4. vijay says:

    I have done all the above steps and restart the nagios service but the services are showing as UNKNOWN.Is that Firewall blocking this service?
    or anything else……??????

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Vijay,
      Check the hosts.cfg and services.cfg file are properly configured for remote hosts under Nagios and also make sure to check that port 5666 is allowed…

  5. Keshav says:

    Hi, I need to add Solaris 11 and Solaris 10 hosts on nagios monitoring which I host on Linux. Can somebody help me? Thanks

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