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  • ZigDuDim
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    Hi, I am also trying to set up Centreon on a allready running CentOS, without internet connection, using only the ISO. But I can't "activate any plugin. I've already tried all the method I saw on this post but none of them is working for me.

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  • xoroz
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    Administration > Extensions > Modules > centreon-pp-manager
    Configuration > Plugin Packs > Manager
    Install :
    base-generic
    Linux SNMP
    Windows SNMP

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  • kermith72
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    hello,
    With a Debian installation you cannot install the plugins pack, you have to configure it manually. On my website you will find some configuration examples (chapter 8.4 http://sugarbug.fr/atelier/installat..._centreon_289/) sorry in french

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  • lepadellec
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    Hi all,
    I'm encountering the same issues, I am running on a distant server (on Debian Jessie) and had to download all packages/rebuild (fix tonnes of stuff) to get my Centreon up and running and see the same issue with the plugins. I don't have the plugin manager, it's not available for download, so my installation is pretty much unusable. Looks like I've wasted my time. If anyone has an idea I'd be very grateful!
    MTIA

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  • mcecilia
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    Hello Sirs,
    Then, can we say that Support Subscription is mandatory to have plugins?
    Thanks

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  • djtremors
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    What a joke, this isn't available on free version that I can see. From the looks of this post, it's commercial installations that have the plugin pack manager.
    I've had to go back to an old 2.7.8 server and use the centreon CLAPI to export the config and copy out the CMD: lines and import it into the new server. Like this would be available to a first time installation user.
    Either they are pushing to commercialize the product or have forgotten to put this plugin manager as a download for the free installations, I think the former due to the license required.

    Update: For those with fresh installs, use the centreon API import command and you can load my commands attached. I have tried to remove my personal checks and don't think I've broken the format so should load with the Web UI CLAPI command as per example below (your web ui path will be different if not compiled from source).

    # /usr/local/centreon/bin/centreon -uadmin -padmin -i centreon_commands_export.txt

    Attached Files
    Last edited by djtremors; 3rd April 2017, 02:52.

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  • StefanoEL
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    Hi,

    I will have succeeded doing these things:
    to 'Administration - Extensions' install 'centreon-license-manager' and install 'centreon-pp-manager'
    and then doing the procedure has to be done when the configuration changes:
    go to Configuration ==> Poller
    click on Export
    etc
    etc

    and after I have appeared plugins !!!!


    Best Regards

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  • climbatize92
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    Hi

    I had the same problem.
    I found that you need to enable 'centreon-license-manager' extension too.

    Go to 'Administration - Extensions'
    Install 'centreon-license-manager' and install 'centreon-pp-manager' too.
    Then go to 'Configuration - Plugin Pack' to install generic pack for exemple...

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  • xaui
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    anyone any advice on this? Still can't install the plugins.

    Thanks

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  • UnstoppableDrew
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    Originally posted by AkHeNaToN View Post
    Hi,

    With Centreon 3.4, configuration is from Plugin Pack available from Plugin Pack Manager module.

    But your Centreon platform must be connected to Internet.

    Yo ucan configure proxy settings in "Administration > Options > Centreon UI" menu.

    Regards,
    What if your system doesn't have access to the Internet? I'm trying to configure a Centreon server to monitor infrastructure in a secure development environment, that doesn't have access to the outside world.

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  • xaui
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    I do have the same issue with a fresh installation. "No plugin packs found"
    Anyome any advice?

    Thanks

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  • Ana
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    Hi,
    I have the same problem: I've enabled Plugin Packs module and even update the version, but when I go to Plugin pack --> setup it returns 'No plugin packs found', Is it necessary to have a suscription to access to the plugins? I have read that CES 3.4 includes 6 native Plugin Packs, but I can't find them, have I to subscribe to access them?. My server has internet connection, any idea? Thanks in advance

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  • AkHeNaToN
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    Hi,

    With Centreon 3.4, configuration is from Plugin Pack available from Plugin Pack Manager module.

    But your Centreon platform must be connected to Internet.

    Yo ucan configure proxy settings in "Administration > Options > Centreon UI" menu.

    Regards,

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  • zeninthesun
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    Howdy!
    I too am using the ova and so far it has been a royal pain in the rear. Like the rest of the folks on here i've done just about everything i can think of short of doing what SlyT did and installing from an iso versus using the OVA, from downloading the plugins individually, to a yum reinstall of centreon and the pp manager. Like what SlyT said i'm not seeing anything within the Plugin Packs Manager, which from what i gather is what is needed to even use the base template. i've done the update command and upgrade commands. Nada. Any thoughts? i reached out to centreon a while back but they're saying no templates come with the ova, you'll have to use the pp manager, which isn't working.

    Thoughts?
    Thanks in advance.

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  • SlyT
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    I installed centreon again this time using .iso not .ovf and after enabling Plugin Pack Manager plugin pack icons appeared.

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