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Created on: Sep 14, 2009 1:33 PM by Noel Brockett - Last Modified:  Nov 10, 2009 10:53 AM by Matt Ray

Submitted by:

Kenny Chow


Description:
Step-By-Step Guide for Configuring Zenoss to Work with Websensor
1. Use Zenoss to install the Websensor ZenPack. The command to install a ZenPack from the command line is:

  zenpack run --install filename

  This unzips the ZenPack file into $ZENHOME/Products/ and installs the ZenPack in Zenoss.

2. Compile the Nagios plugin.

     gcc check_em01.c -o check_em01


3. Copy the script to Zenoss plugins directory. The default is /usr/local/zenoss/libexec
but may vary according to your installation.

4. You are now ready to use the Websensor ZenPack. Simply add a new device and select /Websensor as the device class path. Discovery Protocol set to none. HW Manufacturer set to Esensors. HW Product set to EM01B Websensor.

5. You may test your setup by running a test zencommand at the command line.

  zencommand run -d 192.168.254.102 -v10

6.
Add thresholds to the data sources to generate warning/critical events.
Edit the Websensor Template by going to Devices -> Websensor -> Templates -> Websensor Template.

7. You can also add graphs if you wish. Use any of the Data Source as your Graph Points

 


Screenshots:

 

 


REQUIREMENTS:

     Zenoss Version: 2.x

     ZenPack Dependencies:

     External Dependencies:

  • EM01B Websensor deployed on your network
  • Websensor
  • Websensor Nagios Plugin
  • GNU C compiler (GCC) version 3 and above.

     Installation:

 


Source: http://zenpacks.zenoss.org/trac-zenpacks/browser/zenpacks/

Tagged Releases:

     http://zenpacks.zenoss.org/trac-zenpacks/browser/tags/

Change History:

 


Trac tickets: http://zenpacks.zenoss.org/trac-zenpacks/report/1

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