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Nagios Host and Service Monitoring in 10 Easy Steps Print E-mail
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Source: Novell - Posted by Ryan Berens   
Secure my network Ever wanted to set up a robust, manageable and capable network monitoring system? How about one that is free to download? Look no further than Nagios with this HowTo from Rainer Brunold at Novell. With these basic steps you'll be able to pin down movement on your network in no time:

Server Preparation
Software Download and Extraction
Security Preparation
Software Compilation and Installation
Installation of Plugins
Configuration
Apache Security Preparation
Apache and Nagios Startup
Testing and Next Steps

Take Nagios for a spin and look out for more of the same soon!

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Sr. IT Manager (Customer Services)Written by Anil Bherwani on 2008-05-12 00:32:03
To get the pin point of any failure in the network on time.
IT CoordinatorWritten by Raakesh Sharmaa on 2008-08-08 04:11:25
It is a good topic

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