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manage

type:
userplugin
userplugin:
manage
author:
Gilles Boulon
description:
PHP Network Managing
version:
0.6.2
pia:
2.8+
cacti:
0.8.7g
homepage:
http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=13827
date:
2011-01-04
plugins:
manage,
ports,
processes,
overview

Download

Older versions can be download here: http://gilles.boulon.free.fr/manage

Purpose

Cacti dashboard for Network Services

This plugin allows you to automatically view your network by checking :

  • TCP Ports
  • Processes
  • Services
  • Up, down and reboot events
    • can be immediatly sent to you by email, “net send”, syslog/NT event viewer or SNMP trap
    • are logged and available in Event Reporting

Features

  • Monitor TCP ports, windows services and processes for multiple hosts
  • Multiples views
  • You can associate an image with your host
  • Use his own groups or those from Tree
  • You can display only hosts in error
  • Use AJAX
  • Use overlib to display graphs
  • Blink hostnames when a threshold is breaked
  • Use tresholds
  • You can set cycle time delay between groups
  • The time until the next graph change is displayed
  • You can click objects to access Reporting
  • Let you open remote shell for each TCP port
  • Guest account can only view tab manage, not Reporting
  • You can choose between the default Cacti output or force SNMP, WMI (Vbs or Perl)
  • You can make themes for images
  • Alerts by sound, mail, poput, syslog or SNMP trap
  • Use the plugin Update for checking updates
  • Daily report

Prerequisites

This version is designed for cacti 0.8.7g

Plugin Architecture (PA) 2.8/2.9 (http://cactiusers.org)

You need appropriates templates

Notes

Installation

install like any other plugin

  • put the manage directory and all files into the plugins directory
  • login to cacti as an admin with full permissions
  • install the plugin in cacti
  • go to “Console → Plugin Management”
  • then “Plugin Management”
  • click “install” link
  • click “enable” link
  • use manage :
    • go to “Console → User Management”
    • then “Realm Permissions”
    • check “Use PHP Network Managing”
    • save
  • you can find the plugin options in settings
  • first, click the debug link to verify that all yours tables are OK
  • if it's not OK, use the sql scripts provided

Usage

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