Pinger 1.0.5

Pinger is a network monitor tool with optional WWW interface (includes such features as sending SNMP traps to other host).
Pinger is a network monitor tool with optional WWW interface (includes such features as sending SNMP traps to other host and others).

Compiling and Installing:

1. Become root and gunzip/tar sources

2. Create list of hosts to monitor to. I used standard file used by named server (modified as show bellow):

Sample:

... hosts file sample ...
;
; This is file of my hosts
;
;
;PINGER_START
; pingerd will look from here |
vilma A 192.168.3.1
theodor - thoma's computer ;)
...
...
; remember, pinger use FIRST world of each line.
;SLEEP xx - sleep xx seconds
;PINGER_STOP
; pingerd will stop here
; All below will not be monitored
non-important.node
... end

anyway - look at template in etc/

3. ./configure ( --help )

4. Edit src/config.h and src/pingerd.h if you have ping path different from /bin/ping.

6. Type make ; make install

7. Insert /usr/sbin/pingerd to your rc.local file.

8. Type /usr/sbin/pingerd or reboot your computer.

9. Move src/*.cgi to your httpd cgi-bin directory

Run www browser and type http://your.host.name/cgi-bin/pinger.cgi

last updated on:
April 14th, 2006, 14:24 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Alexey Semenov
homepage:
swaj.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking

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