It is very important to keep your Checkpoint environment monitored. Given that it offers a wide variety of SNMP data, I have collected some of the (in my opinion) most useful OIDs MIBs. Altough I use Icinga and Grafana (as you can see the related outputs in this post), almost any monitoring system can be used to get … Read more
A common task among system administrators is the renewal of SSL certificates. It is important to keep track of expiration dates so that it is not too late for us to renew it.
You can simply create an excel or some other type of record of the certificate dates, but you have to remember to check it from time … Read more
If trying to log to Grafana, admin password is not accepted. I am pretty sure i have not changed the password but I am unable to login to Grafana.
And even worse, given that I still have not configured Grafana SMTP section / admin … Read more
Here I am trying to present (I hope in an easy way to understand) some Icinga concepts (maybe also applicable in Nagios) like active and passive checks, enabling and disabling freshness checks, soft and hard states,… and the related parameters to configure them.
ACTIVE and PASSIVE services
There are two types of services:
- ACTIVE: Check initiated by the Icinga
As you can see in previous posts…, Im in love with Nagios to monitor my systems… after creating some powerful, customized plugins for my Checkpoint firewalls, Exchange servers… cannot live with it… but maybe, it's "a bit" old fashioned and I have decided to try the Icinga monitoring tool. If it fits my environment, I'll have to replace my old … Read more