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  1. Hello, Is there a way to search configsources from and external device (another server). Is there a way to export configsources?
  2. This one's a little bit like my ConfigSource to compare a config to a static template file: It uses similar methodology, to compare the already-gathered 'running' and 'startup' instances of any existing ConfigSource via the LogicMonitor API. It doesn't gather any configs directly from the device. Example: The Cisco_IOS ConfigSource already gathers a 'running-config' and a 'startup-config' from relevant devices. This ConfigSource calls the LM API to pull the most recent retrievals of each of these, and compares one to the other. This ConfigSource can be extended to c
  3. A while back I published some very simple ConfigSources to monitor your collector .conf files: https://communities.logicmonitor.com/topic/1345-collector-configsources/ Here's an adaptation that writes the various collected configs to a dashboard, writing each of the config outputs to a text widget. Notes: THIS IS A PROOF OF CONCEPT. No warranty is given or implied (value of your investments may go down as well as up, check with your health professional before taking this medicine, etc). Please test before deploying! As with all data within LogicMonitor (or any system),
  4. A couple of choices of ConfigSource to monitor the .conf files of your collectors. Note these are two versions of the same thing - you do not need both. One explicitly monitors only the four key .conf files; agent.conf, sbproxy.conf, watchdog.conf, wrapper.conf. That's done via the Active Discover script simply printing those four known filenames as instances: 76PEZ2 (v1.2) The other version has a more involved Active Discovery that lists any .conf found in the Collector config folder, with the exception of 'persistent_task.conf' as this file is continually being updated. T
  5. I previously published a datasource for Tesla Motors Battery Statistics - which presents compelling vehicle battery and charging information that is fetched from the Tesla REST API. To complement those efforts, I've written a few other Tesla Motors LogicModules that return a variety of different, but still interesting, datapoints - including a ConfigSource that displays configuration information about the vehicle itself (are the doors locked? Is the sunroof open?) The following is a list of all the Tesla Motors LogicModules now available (see the above-linked post for additional info on how th
  6. LM Config is awesome - but until now you've not been able to compare a config to a "known good" template. Now you can... Edit for v1.4.0+: Now gives a MUCH cleaner output (in my humble opinion) - see comments below for details. v1.4.0: 2GTW7W If you really want the earlier version with its more expansive output, v1.3.0 as detailed in this first post is at XHDDP4 Edit for v1.3.0+: The groovy check that picks up on the change-from-template flags is now more flexible, in that it looks at each line in turn (rather than the entire config object) so you can more carefully identif
  7. Hi Guys, We just implemented LMConfig and I'm trying to run a report to see what devices do not have the IOS configuration successfully downloaded. We have some legacy equipment still not Configured for SSH and TACACS accounts. so I'm trying to get out of having to manually hunting through all our devices to determine what ones need SSH configured and what ones need the TACACS account added. Even just being able to pull a report on all devices and what ones have the ConfigSources - IOS Configs field would be a big help. See attached pic for a visual Cheers and Thanks in adv
  8. Configuration backups in LogicMonitor is a great feature to help you be aware of changes being made ,store version history and restore your device configurations. Newer devices are can have subscriptions that pull the latest data from the manufacturer, such as malicious IP address lists. Encrypted information may be re-hashed for added security and these are expected behaviours - NOT a config change. So you need to ignore these changes, as they are not operational changes and you do not need to be woken at 3 in the morning to see that there are some newly added malicious