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RE: [monit] Help trying to access monit httpd from remote computer

From: Dudi Goldenberg
Subject: RE: [monit] Help trying to access monit httpd from remote computer
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 10:29:13 +0200

>$> sudo lsof -i | grep monit
>monit     6173   root    5u  IPv4 685820       TCP *:atmtcp (LISTEN)

>So do I have to do anything else to allow monit to be accessible from  
>any of my client computers? If I added "and use address  
>" (which is the local ip address of the server) and check  
>with lsof then it doesn't show anything running on port 2182 which I  
>find a little fishy but I don't know what else to check.

Step one is to verify that monit listens on the correct addresses.

Try netstat -natp | grep 2812 (u might need to sudo the command).

If you see something like this:
tcp        0      0  *               LISTEN     

It means that monit is listening on all available IPs.

If this is the case, you may need to add another 'allow' section that specifies 
which hosts/nets are allowed monit access.

Something like:


This should get u going.



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