[icinga-users] Beginners question smtpauth check

Michael Friedrich Michael.Friedrich at netways.de
Thu Nov 26 12:37:59 CET 2015


> On 26 Nov 2015, at 12:33, Andreas Grabner <andreas.grabner at fenz-software.at> wrote:
>
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: icinga-users [mailto:icinga-users-bounces at lists.icinga.org] Im Auftrag
>> von Michael Friedrich
>> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 26. November 2015 12:25
>> An: icinga-users at lists.icinga.org
>> Betreff: Re: [icinga-users] Beginners question smtpauth check
>>
>>
>>> On 26 Nov 2015, at 11:48, Andreas Grabner <andreas.grabner at fenz-
>> software.at> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> i used nagios around 10 years ago. Now I start with incinga and have some
>> questions. The most concrete is:
>>>
>>> I want to check a SMTP Server with TLS and authentication. The setup on a
>> debian jessie looks like this:
>>>
>>> object Host "any.host.at" {
>>>  import "generic-host"
>>>  address = "any.host.at"
>>>  // address6 = "::1"
>>>  vars.os = "Windows"
>>>  vars.smtp_authtype = "LOGIN"
>>>  vars.smtp_authuser = "user1"
>>>  vars.smtp_authpass = "xxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
>>>  vars.smtp_starttls = true
>>>  vars.smtp_mail_from = "xxxx at xxxxx.at"
>>>  /* Define notification mail attributes for notification apply rules in
>> `notifications.conf`. */
>>>  vars.notification["mail"] = {
>>>    /* The UserGroup `icingaadmins` is defined in `users.conf`. */
>>>    groups = [ "icingaadmins" ]
>>>  }
>>> }
>>>
>>> Icinga2 reports:  SMTP CRITICAL - no authuser specified, 0.143 sec.
>>> response time
>>
>> And your service object configuration looks like?
>>
> This:
>
> apply Service "smtp" {
>  import "generic-service"
>
>  check_command = "smtp"
>
>  assign where host.name == " any.host.at"
> }
>
> vars.smtp_authtype = "LOGIN"
> is used, without it the service is OK

The CheckCommand parameters are described here: http://docs.icinga.org/icinga2/latest/doc/module/icinga2/chapter/plugin-check-commands#plugin-check-command-smtp
In case you want to debug the executed command line for your plugin, either enable the debug log and force a check, or use the Icinga 2 console cli command connected to the API (requires that you did setup it in 2.4) to fetch the service check result and its command line.

http://docs.icinga.org/icinga2/latest/doc/module/icinga2/chapter/cli-commands#cli-command-console

Kind regards,
Michael


>
> Thanks
> Andreas
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