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In my above post I stated that the nagios server I'm trying to use is 222.174.46.250, not .240. drooid commented Nov 12, 2015 Openssl-devel is already installed on the server. Reload to refresh your session. enabled = false ; A set of filters to use in real-time mode [/settings/logfile/real-time/checks] ; Section for the LUAScripts module. [/settings/lua] ; A list of scripts available to run from the http://awendigital.com/could-not/check-nrpe-error-could-not-complete-ssl-handshake-nagios.html

By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To work around the issue you need to add the following to your config: [/settings/NRPE/server] insecure = true After that you need to restart the NSClient++ Service. Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. Crazy 8s Code Golf What is the purpose of Subject-Verb agreement?

Check_nrpe Error - Could Not Complete Ssl Handshake Linux

define service{ use                     generic-service host_name               remote-windows-host service_description     NSClient++ Version check_command           check_nt!CLIENTVERSION } define service{ use                     generic-service host_name               remote-windows-host service_description     Uptime check_command           check_nt!UPTIME } define service{ use                     generic-service host_name               remote-windows-host service_description     CPU The Nagios console is able to show me > > the Windows XP PC and its ping but the CPU load service shows > > "critical" and the message " CHECK_NRPE: Also, how can I revert the changes from the command @box293 posted?

debug = false ; REAL TIME CHECKING - Spawns a backgrounnd thread which detects issues and reports them back instantly. Here's a quick guide on compiling it with ssl enabled: http://sites.box293.com/nagios/guides/nrpe/plugin-on-core-4-0-x/centos-6-5 Generally speaking, look at the entire configure output, it will detect if the ssl components do or don't exist. channel = SMTP ; Target definition for: default [/settings/SMTP/client/targets/default] ; TARGET ADDRESS - Target host address address = ; RECIPIENT - Recipient of email message recipient = [emailprotected]