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README.md

check_mikrotik_switch.pl

Overview

This is a simple check script for Nagios/Icinga to monitor switches from MikroTik.

It is tested with CRS125-24G-1S and CRS226-24G-2S switches.

Due to the lack of other hardware i couldn't test some features, e.g. memory and disk.

Author

Bernd Klier bem -(at)- bemworld.de

Installation

In your Nagios plugins directory run

git clone git@github.com:bemworld/check_mikrotik_switch.git

Usage

Parameters:
    -H <ip-address>     The IP address or the host name of the switch
    [-C <community>]    The SNMP community string (default: public) [optional]
    -t <test type>      The test type to execute. See below.
    -i <switch ports>   single, multiple and ranges possible, for example: 1,5-10,22-24
    -w <warn range>     Range for result WARNING, standard nagios threshhold format
    -c <crit range>     Range for result CRITICAL, standard nagios threshhold format

The following test types are available (-t):

        cpu                  
        activeFan            
        voltage              
        temperature          
        processorTemperature 
        current              
        powerConsumption     
        psu1State            
        psu2State
        disk
        diskTotal            
        diskUsed
        mem
        memTotal             
        memUsed              
        portName             
        portOperState        
        portAdminState       
        portMtu              
        portMacAddress       
        portRxDiscards       
        portTxDiscards       
        portTxErrors         
        portRxErrors         
        portRxPackets        
        portTxPackets        
        portTxBytes          
        portRxBytes    

All port results are added up, except for 'portName', 'portOperState', 'portAdminState', 'portMtu', 'portMacAddress'

Install in Nagios

Create commands, e.g.


define command {
        command_name                    check_mt_voltage
        command_line                    $USER1$/check_mikrotik_switch.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -t voltage -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
}

define command {
        command_name                    check_mt_cpu
        command_line                    $USER1$/check_mikrotik_switch.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -t cpu -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
}

define command {
        command_name                    check_mt_temp
        command_line                    $USER1$/check_mikrotik_switch.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -t temperature -w $ARG1$ -c $ARG2$
}

define command {
        command_name                    check_mt_port_sum
        command_line                    $USER1$/check_mikrotik_switch.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -t $ARG1$ -i $ARG2$ -w $ARG3$ -c $ARG4$
}

define command {
        command_name                    check_mt_port_info
        command_line                    $USER1$/check_mikrotik_switch.pl -H $HOSTADDRESS$ -C public -t $ARG1$ -i $ARG2$
}

Service samples

Check Voltage

This will check each host that is listed in the MikroTik Switches group. It will issue a warning if the voltage is below 23V or above 26V and a critical error if it is below 22V or above 27V


define service {
        use                     generic-service
        hostgroup_name          MikroTik Switches
        service_description     MikroTik Voltage
        check_command           check_mt_voltage!23:26!22:27
}

Check TX Errors

This test adds up all tx-errors on ports 1-25 (all ports on a CRS125-24G-1S).


define service {
        use                     generic-service
        hostgroup_name          MikroTik Switches
        service_description     MikroTik TX Errors
        check_command           check_mt_port_sum!portTxErrors!1-25!10!50
}

Port Names

This test returns the port names of ports 1, 3, 4, 5 and 25


define service {
        use                     generic-service
        hostgroup_name          MikroTik Switches
        service_description     MikroTik Port Names
        check_command           check_mt_port_info!portName!1,3-5,25
}
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