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Getting started with Nagios Looking Glass

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Nagios Looking Glass (NLG) allows users to access Nagios data on a Web server via an HTTP connection. Learn how to set up the NLG client-server model in this tip.
NLG is designed to fix those issues by taking a feed from Nagios status data via an HTTP connection and displaying it on a public Web server. It works in a client-server model with a PHP-based polling server installed on your Nagios server. A receiver client, also PHP-based, is installed on your Web server.
 read more | score:6424 | -janewalker6847, February 10, 2007
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