You will need first to check the SNMP OID’s with your systems (see the UPS tutorial ) and enable on CCM hosts the SNMP string and checks. All the checks that I have done for this tutorial are from the file CISCO-CCM-MIB.my
A usually Nagios setup is consisted in only one server that does all the checks by itself. In the moment that server arrives at 2000 checks or more (and especially if you configure the ndoutils on that server) you will see the processor going wild. At this point it’s time for a change. Continue reading
– UPDATED – 27.08.2010
I have inserted my first plug-in (you can get it from here) in this tutorial with the help of which we will check things like voltage in or the time that remains until the battery is finished.
Before you start this tutorial please make sure that your network responds to the same OID as here and that you have configured all the UPS-s to work with the snmp (note down your snmp community string). In my tests I used the standard powernet395.mib from APC and the rfc1628.mib for AROS.