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Configure Nagios Server to Accept Passive Check Results via NSCA

Hands-On Lab

 

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Training Architect

Length

04:00:00

Difficulty

Advanced

You have a Linux server you cannot access from outside using the Nagios Server, so you need to create a custom passive check on the other end to monitor disk usage. You first need to create a local check on the Nagios server to make sure that it works, then recreate it on the client and write a script that will execute it repeatedly. Good Luck!

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