Powershell NRDP

**DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PLUGIN HAS CEASED AS OF 14/6/2014, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE OVER THIS PROJECT PLEASE SEE THE CONTACT US PAGE**

Description:

This is a cross-platform Powershell version of the official send_nrdp.py and send_nrdp.sh clients for Nagios NRDP.

This plugin was designed to function as close as possible to the original send_nrdp clients.

Download:

https://github.com/jsmroshamboot/psnrdp/archive/master.zip

Known Issues:

None

Patch Notes:

v1.2:

  • Fixed a bug that prevented sending OK status (Thanks Fara)

v1.1:

  • Powershell NRDP no longer declares that it was written in Perl.

v1.0:

  • First release.

Usage:

-url

The URL used to access the remote NRDP agent. i.e. http://nagiosip/nrdp/ **REQUIRED**

-token

The authentication token used to access the remote NRDP agent. **REQUIRED**

-hostname

The name of the host associated with the passive host/service check result.

This script will attempt to learn the hostname if not supplied.

-service

For service checks, the name of the service associated with the passive check result.

-state

The state of the host or service. Valid values are: OK, CRITICAL, WARNING, UNKNOWN

-output

Text output to be sent as the passive check result.

-delim

Used to set the text field delimiter when using non-XML file input or command-line input.

Defaults to tab (\t).

-checktype

Used to specify active or passive, 0 = active, 1 = passive. Defaults to passive.

-file

Use this switch to specify the full path to a file to read. There are two usable formats:

  1. A field-delimited text file, where the delimiter is specified by -d

  2. An XML file in NRDP input format. An example can be found by browsing to the NRDP URL.

-readterm

This switch specifies that you wish to input the check via standard input on the command line.

-help

Display this help text.