We’re using Icinga2 with flat file configurations vs the database backend.
We’re in the early testing stages of rolling our Icinga to our Windows servers using the nsclient. Many of these windows servers block ICMP (ping) packets
I have the nsclient working for the most part including monitoring specific windows services, memory/cpu/disk usage and more.
My main problem is that since these systems don’t permit ICMP, Icinga2 shows them as “down”. Is there a way that Icinga can report the status of the system based on whether or not it is able to communicate with the nsclient?
Does anyone have an example of the configuration file(s) to make that work?