The installed Nagios Core package is preconfigured to monitor an assortment of
sevices and features as listed in Table 209. To access feedback on all monitored
services and click the Services button under the Current Status heading.
|Service||What is monitored?|
|BRI mISDN Port Status||Provides the status of each BRI mISDN port on the system. Including the link type (Point-to-point or point-to-mulitpoint), the network or terminal status of the port, as well as the status of the L1 and L2 links.|
|Current Load||Offers a report of the current, medium and long term load averages of the system.|
|Current Users||Monitors the number of users logged in to the system.|
|Disk Space||Monitors the available disk space on the system and reports when free space becomes critically low.|
|Ethernet LAN Interfaces||Provides the status of each individual ethernet port on the system. Indicates whether the port is enabled (up or down) and whether or not a connection is active (running or not running).|
|Ethernet Vibe Interface||Pending Final Release.|
|Ethernet WAN Interface||Pending Final Release.|
|FXO ports||The activity status of each FXO port is displayed individually. This allows reporting on unused ports to be disabled.|
|HTTP||Pending final release!|
|PRI Spans||Provides details on PRI Span status. If a PRI span is reporting a fault, Nagios informs the user of the fault and which span is reporting it.|
|SIP TRUNKS||Indvidually lists each SIP trunk and its connection status.|
|SSH||Pending final release!|
|Total Processes||Indicates the total number of processes running on the system.|
Table 53: Services and interfaces monitored by the Nagios application.
Services for which a warning is detected are highlighted in yellow, whilst services that
are in error are highlighted in red.Healthy services feature a green highlight.