What is Nrdp?

NRDP (Nagios Remote Data Processor) is a simple, PHP-based passive result collector for use with Nagios. It is designed to be a flexible data transport mechanism and processor, with a simple and powerful architecture that allows for it to be easily extended and customized to fit individual users’ needs.

Is Nagios easy to learn?

it’s not that easy. Setting up Nagios can involve a bit of work – partly because of the options that Nagios offers, partly because you need to know what to monitor on your network (and how best to do it). Use the quickstart instructions. Within 20 minutes you can have Nagios installed and monitoring your local system.

Does Nagios XI use Log4j?

While Nagios Log Server does use Log4j components, and includes plugins for receiving Log4j data, we don’t believe the product is vulnerable at this time. All our products use a version of Log4j that is not included in the known vulnerability, but we are nevertheless conducting rigorous tests.

What is NSCA Nagios?

NSCA is a Linux/Unix daemon allows you to integrate passive alerts and checks from remote machines and applications with Nagios. Useful for processing security alerts, as well as redundant and distributed Nagios setups.

How do I get my Nrdp token?

To configure NRDP navigate to Admin > Check Transfers > Inbound Transfers. The only configuration setting required is to defined Authentication Token(s) on the server. By default a randomly generated token is already defined in Nagios XI. You can define as many tokens as you require.

Can Nagios run on IIS web server?

IIS Log Monitoring With Nagios Nagios provides complete monitoring and management of web logs and web log data from IIS, Apache, and other web servers. Nagios is capable of monitoring web logs, system logs, application logs, log files, and syslog data, and alerting you when specific patterns are detected.

What is Nagios DevOps?

Nagios is used for Continuous monitoring of systems, applications, services, and business processes etc in a DevOps culture. Nagios runs on a server, usually as a daemon or a service. It periodically runs plugins residing on the same server, they contact hosts or servers on your network or on the internet.