APC NetBotz 200 Cacti Temp and Humidity Graphs

On June 24, 2010, in How-to, Scripting, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

How to Graph the APC NetBotz 200 Environment Monitor

Get the data templates ->  cacti-apc-netbotz200-data-templates

Cacti Temp and Humidity Graphs for the APC NETBOTZ 200 is different from the NETBotz 400 and 600 models.

The APC Netbotz200 has 8 sensor inputs on the device so each input has a OID associatedwith it. What I did was scan the MIBs available and found where the Temp and Humidity Continue reading

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AlertOnFailure now on Sourceforge

On January 11, 2010, in Projects, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

Alert on Failure is now on sourceforge. They registered as part of the process to bring the VMware version of  AlertOnFailure appliance to the public.

You can find then at..


and also always at www.alertonfailure.com

XYmon / Hobbit / BBWin monitoring and alerting server with audio / visual alerting and web UI display and management. Perfect for the network manager who has everything Continue reading

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Free network tools now available at Quantumleaps.com

On October 19, 2009, in Projects, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

Quantumleaps.com is now offering a wide verity of network tools free. Tools includes a free Website monitor, free domain monitor and free ping alive monitor. Each of these monitors comes with free alerting and graphing services. www.quantumleaps.com has also a suite of free simple network tools like IP calculators, DNS Sleuth, Domain error checking, Ping, Trace route, Geo location of IP addresses and whois lookups. Truely a one stop shop Continue reading

How-to : Installing RRDTool on centos 5 using yum

On October 5, 2009, in How-to, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

Yes, I know CentOS 5 does not come with a repository that holds valid redhat style rpm’s for rrdtool. So here is how we fix that. We are going to echo to a new file the repo information you will need to allow yum to install rrdtool.

We create a file called dag.repo in /etc/yum.repos.d/ by running the echo cmd below. Just copy and past it in to your putty Continue reading

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