This guide explains how to set up serial communication from op5 Appliance System (6.0 and up, and CentOS 6 and up) to an SMS gateway connected to a Moxa NPort 5110, in order to be able to send SMS notifications in situations where the SMS gateway can’t be directly connected to the op5 system via
This article describes how to monitor Microsoft Hyper-V. Prerequisites For this how-to to work you need the latest op5 NSClient++ installed on your hyper-v server. Firewall settings First off we need to change the firewall settings to allow ICMP ping. Open a terminal on the windows server and execute: netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ICMPv4
In order to use the check_esx3 plugin with op5 Monitor you will need to install the VMware vSphere SDK for Perl API. Unfortunately, we can not bundle the VMware Perl API with op5 Monitor for legal reasons, but it’s available as a free download (registration needed) from VMware. In this article we will describe how to install
This article describes how to upgrade to op5 Monitor 6. Known issues None Good to know Basic Linux knowledge is required. The LDAP authentication is totally rewritten, if you are using an LDAP integration with op5 monitor today your configuration will be converted. Make sure to read the manual on LDAP integration and go through
op5 Monitor is a highly scalable solution and enables you to setup distributed monitoring with automatic fail-over, load-balancing and redundancy. In this 30 minutes webinar we will give you insights on why and how to scale op5 Monitor to your needs.
op5 Monitor can be used in a distributed monitoring set up with a master system and one or several pollers. The pollers can be cloud based using op5 Cloud Extension or setup as standard local poller using op5 Poller Extension. This how-to describes how to secure the communication between master and cloud or normal poller
This how-to will guide you to monitor your Windows server using WMI. This will allow you to do checks from op5 on Windows hosts without installing any agent in Windows. Updated: 2012-01-13: Updated with information on how to grant access to check windows services with a non-administrator account. 2012-10-25: Updated with information on how to
In this How-To we will be using a small perl script that uses the op5 Monitor plugin called check_http to graph the response time of a webserver. All commands in this How-To are executed in an ssh connection at the op5 Statistics server.