@dashrender What do you mean by this? Usually the people who say things are too "Preachy" use words like cuck and SJW in casual conversation, and are ok with the current crop of concentration camps that exist in America today.
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How to setup postfix on vultr vps?
Have a LAMP server on vultr. It needs to be able to send mail to our office.
Never setup postfix before.
sudo apt install postfix
Choose Internet Mail
myworkdomain.comwhen it asks
sudo ufw allow postfix
sudo systemctl restart ufw
Add the ip to my spf.
Then something like php mail() will work?
RE: snmp for linux, is it really this difficult?
Ive got this sorted now. The file i was editing was snmp.conf
This was wrong, as the file setting up the snmp listening daemon, what you are going to query from your nms, is snmpd.conf.
agentaddress udp:161 #agentaddress udp6:161 # sec.name source community com2sec readonly default secretsecret # # sec.model sec.name group rogroup v2c readonly # # # name incl/excl subtree view all included .1 # # # group context model level prefix read write notify access rogroup "" any noauth exact all none none #other info, location syslocation Seattle WA syscontact sysadmin <[email protected]>
I looked at what engineer gave me and made some modifications to what i was doing.
This is a basic config that you can put in /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf and have it work with an NMS.
There is a ton more stuff like Version 3 and some other things you can do, but for my purpose this is just fine.
There are some configurations that are pages long, but this one just gives your nms the ability to query anything in the standard .1 subtree, at least i think that is what is happening.
RE: snmp for linux, is it really this difficult?
I will. Kind of embarrassing, i work for a company that specializes in linux devices and snmp. I broke down and went to one of the engineers here, asked him to send me snmp configs from one of our models. First time i think am asking them for help instead of other way round.
snmp for linux, is it really this difficult?
Does anybody actually know how to set this up for a Linux box?
In Windows, I install the service. Then I open the SNMP service, type in a read only name and the allowed hosts, the ip/dns of observium/opennms. Then in observium/opennms I type in the name of the Linux box and the read only name. That is it. snmp data flows, charts are drawn, alerts can be sent.
In Linux, I install snmp, then goto /etc/snmp/ and see there is 3 files here, snmp.conf, snmpd.conf, snmptrap.conf.
Then I goto net-snmp.org and read about it.
http://www.net-snmp.org/wiki/index.php/Com2sec The [email protected]#$ is this, com2sec?
Then they give this example conf file. Ok but using this snmp.conf doesn't actually let me add the Linux box to my observium/opennms.
# Map 'disks' community to the 'disksOnly' user # Map 'everything' community to the 'allThings' user # sec.name source community com2sec disksOnly default disks com2sec allThings default everything # Map 'disksOnly' to 'diskGroup' for SNMP Version 2c # Map 'allThings' to 'allGroup' for SNMP Version 2c # sec.model sec.name group diskGroup v2c disksOnly group allGroup v2c allThings # Define 'diskView', which includes everything under .220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.3.1 # Define 'allView', which includes everything under .1 (which is everything) # incl/excl subtree view diskView included .22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.3 view allView included .1 # Give 'diskGroup' read access to objects in the view 'diskView' # Give 'allGroup' read access to objects in the view 'allView' # group context model level prefix read write notify access diskGroup "" any noauth exact diskView none none access allGroup "" any noauth exact allView none none
source? Is that where I put in the name or ip of my observium/opennms?
I know view acces group, wtf is com2sec. How do I get a Linux box to connect to an nms like opennms/observium?
US-CERT Alert (AA18-284A) Publicly Available Tools Seen in Cyber Incidents Worldwide
The USCERT has been very busy this week, sending out a couple dozen alerts.
This one is interesting, it details readily available and legit tools that are used in exploit attacks around the world, includes usage examples and mitigation.
RE: New stuff in Win10 1809
There is Snip and Sketch, the replacement for Snipping Tool.
Not sure at all, but the only difference between these two i see is the toolbar, and the Sharing option.
I wish the Sharing part would recognize i have Nextcloud installed and give me the Share with Nextcloud option, but it only shows MS options here.
RE: What Are You Doing Right Now
The large 3rd party email companies do stuff like this
Network monitor software, network adapters enumeration, fix this please.
I have been setting up snmp monitoring for the every device at work. I am mostly done with the setup and testing, just need to roll it out.
One thing that really needs addressing in all of these products(observium, nagios, sw, every other one) is network adapters. Specifically the fact that all these products think my desktop, and all other desktops have a couple dozen network adapters each. where is this information being gleaned from? Why cant i see 25 network adapters in my desktop?
Currently listed for my desktop
This desktop has exactly 2 physical nics, not 25.
Here is a view of all adapters from control panel
4 listed here, because i have a vpn client and virtual box installed along with 2 physical nics.