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NagiosChecker Firefox Plugin

Erik

Monday, August 31, 2009

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The latest version of the compact Firefox Plugin which reads from multiple Nagios installations can be downloaded here. This plug-in is great for notifications, and can be extensively configured to filter by event type, severity, and several other factors. In addition, it also includes the default nagios sound alerts which can also be turned off or set to only play for “new” alerts, which I find very helpful to my sanity during an event.

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