[Nagiosplug-help] NRPE over ssl

Tntteam tntteam at free.fr
Thu Jan 27 09:10:53 CET 2011


I think if "check_nrpe -H remote host +extra commands" works without
the "-n" switch, then you're on a secure communication.

You can confirm by compiling without ssl support and run the non-ssl
daemon on a remote machine and then try check_nrpe.

2011/1/26 Mike Loud <mike.loud at comandsolutions.com>:
> I was trying to configure the NRPE plugin over SSL and I believe after
> reading for a while through some articles I have it. I configured the plugin
> both on the server and remote host using ./configure
> --with-ssl=/usr/bin/openssl --with-ssl-lib=/usr/lib. After doing that
> everything past that went fine, so I assume it worked? My question is, if it
> did work, how can I confirm that it is actually communicating securely over
> ssl? I have looked everywhere and unless I am missing something I cant see
> how to check. Any advise is appreciated. Thank you.
> Mike
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