Nagios 3.0.3 monitor Cisco ASA Public IP


#1

Morning all!
First post in this forum and a very new member to the Nagios community.
I have just installed Nagios on a Fedora Core 6 build and am looking to set up a monitor to watch my firewall from an outside connection. I used the quickstart guide and everything is up and running at this point.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Have a great week!


#2

So… what doesn’t work?


#3

mgargiullo,
Thank you for the reply. I was to get this working after all. I just had to locate the appropriate cfg file to copy and then modify.

Perhaps you would be able to answer this question though. Any idea how to change the Ping interval? Currently I believe it is set to ping every five minutes but I would like it to be every minute.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated


#4

sure in service check definition:

add the check interval into the service definition
check_interval 1 ; Checks every minute

lots of good stuff on what you can define here: Object Defintions