These all are reportedly Zenoss 3.0 compatible and Egor has always been quick to provide feedback.
Thanks again Egor!
ZenMaster Andrea Consadori has generously updated his Funkwerk Router Monitor and MRV Wireless ZenPacks. They are both Zenoss 3.0-compatible now and the MRV ZenPack has been updated to add more device templates to match all product information, adding an MRW template for MRV Wireless Device and wired devices (switch layer 2 - 3 - 4).
Thanks again Andrea!
Created new zenpack for Weathergoose Monitoring.
Needs testing on 3.0 but should work well.
Working on updating tabs such as status etc..
Thanks again to Zenoss Community member Andrea Consadori for updating his Netasq Firewall and Raytalk Wireless ZenPacks. The Netasq ZenPack added support for Mfiltro Netasq products and is now 3.0-compatible. The Raytalk ZenPack added a device template for 2.4 cpe and 3.0-compatibility as well.
In the interest of breaking down the backlog of ZenPacks needing to get published, I'm rolling up some of the announcements into single large posts. And this one's a doozy, thanks to the generous efforts of Zenoss Master Egor Puzanov! The following ZenPacks have all been verified with Zenoss 3.0 and many of them have updates as well.
All of these were updated in the last month by Egor and I'd like to once again thank him for his many contributions to the Zenoss Community!
Thanks to Zenoss Community member Benny Chitambira for upgrading his FDS 389 LDAP Servers ZenPack. This ZenPack provides SSH and SNMP-based monitoring of FDS-based 389 LDAP Servers and this release is Zenoss 3.0 compatible and added an event transform in event class /Events/Status/LDAP.
Thanks to Zenoss Community member Richard Esteve for updating the WMI Terminal Server ZenPack and his WMI MSSQL ZenPack. The WMI Terminal Server ZenPack has a new Terminal Server 2008 template to monitor sessions on Windows 2008 and is now Zenoss 3.0-compatible. The WMI MSSQL ZenPack has been updated with thresholds for MSSQL2000 and is also now Zenoss 3.0-compatible.
Thanks a lot Richard!