I am trying to configure my Nagios server to monitor my routers. I am new to nagios, PHP and apache :( so not a real strong background here. I followed the Quick Start Quide for Ubuntu and all was well. Heck I even fixed my FastCGI issue this morning but I am not strongly suited in Cisco or SNMP either and I need to see what my routers are doing.
Here is the line from switch.cfg:
# Monitor Port 1 status via SNMP
use generic-service ; Inherit values from a template
service_description Port 1 Link Status
check_command check_snmp!-C OSI-SNMP
Here is the error kicked up: (Return code of 127 is out of bounds - plugin may be missing)
Google seems to indicate the plugins are not installed (they are as per the quickstart) or that the line is misconfigured. I am not sure what I need to add here to make it happy. ANy help is appreciated
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