How to Install Nagios 4.3.4 on RHEL, CentOS and Fedora

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  1. haivishnu says:

    Hi, I am newbie to Nagios. am newbie to nagios

    How to configure snmpwalk with nagios please tell me.

  2. Muthukumar Ramu says:

    I have added windows machine. I am unable to monitor the client windows machine. I am getting below. Please help me on this.

    connect to address 172.24.120.78 and port 12489: Connection refused

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