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[ale] Tomcat Monitoring

Getting back on track to the question I asked.

It appears that if you use jmx you have to change tomcat, I don't have
access to the setting.

Has anyone used check_tomcat.pl, I am trying to get it working but
getting the following error

**ePN /usr/lib64/nagios/plugins/check_tomcat.pl: "Use of uninitialized
value in pattern match (m//) at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.8/Getopt/Std.pm
line 226,".

The weird thing is that if I run on cli it works.

On Thu, Oct 6, 2016 at 7:29 AM, DJ-Pfulio <DJPfulio at jdpfu.com> wrote:
> Can't help with residential. Things are different there.
> I have a static /29 on biz and treat their router/modem like a
> bridge/gateway.  MY router is setup for the public /29 subnet. No
> double-NAT at that layer.
> Their router is my gateway with a single address. Put a non-secured,
> cheapo, wifi router into one of the comcast ports, it gets a 10.x.x.x
> DHCP address and works for guests.
> I suspect the tech was right. Disable DHCP and the firewall on the WAN
> side.  For common things, the techs are usually right.
> On 10/05/2016 05:41 PM, Chris Fowler wrote:
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>     *From: *"DJ-Pfulio" <DJPfulio at jdpfu.com>
>>     *To: *ale at ale.org
>>     *Sent: *Tuesday, October 4, 2016 7:13:47 PM
>>     *Subject: *Re: [ale] Tomcat Monitoring
>>     However, be certain to get them to disable the Xfinity wifi crap. I
>>     watched the tech do it and the following day it was back on. Seems we
>>     have to call and complain a few times until they alter the router setup
>>     at their end to really disabled it.
>> The biz tech replaced my supplied modem with theirs today.  She knew her
>> cable, but not layer 2 vs layer 3 and my issue with this new modem is
>> that it is layer 3 type device.  My original modem was just a "bridge".
>>   She told me to turn on "bridge" mode all I needed to do was disable
>> DHCP and turn off firewall.  No, not really.  What I did was assign my
>> router a static on address that this modem is on and
>> configure that static address for DMZ.
>> Is this good enough to give me the benefits of layer 2 or should I just
>> replace it with my own and send it back?
>> With that DMZ it should just be DNAT/SNAT for everything on the public.
>>  Double NAT issues should not really cause a problem. I do something
>> similar when I assign a lab device a public IP from my private net.  On
>> a system at Peak 10 I alias another public on its eth0.  I run openvpn
>> on the device with the 10.8.1.X subnet and then use DNAT/SNAT to
>> "assign" that public to the device.
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