LDAP Monitor - Core

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LDAP Monitor (Core) ZenPack

LDAPMonitor monitors the response time of an LDAP server (in milliseconds).


This ZenPack is part of Zenoss Core. Open Source users receive community support for this ZenPack via our online forums. Enterprise support for this ZenPack is provided to Zenoss customers with an active subscription.


The ZenPacks.zenoss.LDAPMonitor ZenPack monitors the response time of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers.

The response time unit of measurement is milliseconds.


ProductZenoss platform 4.x, Zenoss 2.2 or higher
Required ZenPacksZenPacks.zenoss.LDAPMonitor

Enable monitoring for a device

Note: The LDAPServer template must be bound to the device class or device you want to monitor.

  1. Select Infrastructure from the navigation bar.
  2. Click the device name in the device list. The device overview page appears.
  3. Select Configuration Properties from the left panel.
  4. Modify configuration property values as needed for your environment. Check with your LDAP administrator for more information.
    LDAPServer Configuration Properties
    zLDAPBaseDNThe Base Distinguished Name for your LDAP server. Typically this is the organization's domain name (for example, dc=foobar,dc=com)
    zLDAPBindDNThe Distinguished Name to use for binding to the LDAP server, if authentication is required
    zLDAPBindPasswordThe password to use for binding to the LDAP server, if authentication is required

  5. Click Save.
  6. Expand Monitoring Templates, and then select Device from the left panel.
  7. Select Bind Templates from the Action menu. The Bind Templates dialog appears.
  8. Add the LDAPServer template to the list of selected templates, and then click Submit. The LDAPServer template is added to the list of monitoring templates.
  9. Select the LDAPServer template and change options as needed.
    LDAPServer Basic Data Source Options
    PortThe port to connect to LDAP server (default 389)
    Base Distinguished NameDefaults to ${here/zLDAPBaseDN}
    Bind PasswordDefaults to ${here/zLDAPBindPassword}
    Use SSLUse SSL for the connection

    Note: If your LDAP servers require SSL or a custom port, select the ldap data source, and then change the Use SSL and Port fields as needed.

  10. Validate your configuration by running zencommand. Verify that the check_ldap or check_ldaps command correctly connects to your LDAP server:
    zencommand run -v10 -d yourdevicenamehere


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