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Old 10-14-2008, 09:33 AM   #1
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Web based script to check a domain status


I am looking for a web based script that would check a domain status. It should do all checks necessary checks w.r.t domains services like HTTP/FTP/POP/IMAP/SMTP/WEBMAIL etc

Preferably, it should also show red or green for each check and possibly a descriptive error if red.

I'll be setting this up on a Linux server. Any ideas / suggestions on how to go about doing this would be highly appreciated.

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check out nagios

you can also configure it to send out emails alerts.
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I have already setup Nagios and its monitoring the servers, what I am looking for is something like after selecting the service scan option.



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