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Saagar Deshpande
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Guillaume François
Hello,

Did you follow the documentation located at https://mmonit.com/documentation/mmonit_manual.pdf page 83+   ?

Mostly you forgot to configure the connector at least : 

<Connector port="8080" proxyScheme="https" proxyName="proxy.address" proxyPort="443" ... />

Hope this help.


2017-07-03 17:52 GMT+02:00 Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]>:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Saagar Deshpande
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Thanks Guillaume, I'll give that a look! 

On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Saagar Deshpande
Guillaume -

I took a look at the documentation, and if I understand correctly, this is providing instruction on setting up the connector for m/monit itself.
However, my issue is as follows: I would like to configure the Monit Network Settings for a host in m/monit such that the address is something like foobar.com/monit and the port is left null. Essentially, I would like m/monit to understand that I am using a sub-path without a port so that it can connect to the monit instances (and then be able to run start/stop operations via the m/monit web interface). Whenever I put in a network address such as "foobar.com/monit", m/monit is unable to resolve this into an address. 

I hope this clarifies what I'm trying to accomplish.

- Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 1:13 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Guillaume, I'll give that a look! 

On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Mehul Ved
I have the same kind of setup. Here's what I have done:
- Left the connector as it is
-----START server.xml-----
<Connector address="10.0.0.3" port="8090" processors="10" secure="false" />
-----END server.xml-----

- In apache.conf I have proxied it as follows
-----START APACHE CONFIG-----
ProxyPass         /mmonit  http://10.0.0.3:8090 nocanon
ProxyPassReverse  /mmonit http://10.0.0.3:8090
ProxyRequests     Off
AllowEncodedSlashes NoDecode

# Local reverse proxy authorization override
# Most unix distribution deny proxy by default (ie /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/proxy.conf in Ubuntu)
<Proxy http://10.0.0.3:8090/*>
  Order deny,allow
  Allow from all
</Proxy>
-----END APACHE CONFIG-----

For nginx, it is even simpler
-----START NGINX CONFIG-----
        location /mmonit/ {
                proxy_pass https://10.0.0.3:8090/;
        }
-----END NGINX CONFIG-----

From: monit-general <monit-general-bounces+mehul.ved=[hidden email]> on behalf of Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 1:56:30 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: M/Monit Network Settings
 
Guillaume -

I took a look at the documentation, and if I understand correctly, this is providing instruction on setting up the connector for m/monit itself.
However, my issue is as follows: I would like to configure the Monit Network Settings for a host in m/monit such that the address is something like foobar.com/monit and the port is left null. Essentially, I would like m/monit to understand that I am using a sub-path without a port so that it can connect to the monit instances (and then be able to run start/stop operations via the m/monit web interface). Whenever I put in a network address such as "foobar.com/monit", m/monit is unable to resolve this into an address. 

I hope this clarifies what I'm trying to accomplish.

- Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 1:13 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Guillaume, I'll give that a look! 

On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Guillaume François
Hello Saagar,

I saw the misunderstanding.

The Monit network setting comes from the configuration of the "remote" Monit agent.

From my understanding, it is use by M/Monit to send "commands" to the remote Monit agent. In the case it cannot successfully connect, commands issued from M/Monit are not executed on the remote Monit agent.
This is only mandatory if you want to perform remote actions from M/Monit console. It doesn't block the collection of data.

If you want to change the connection information, you are able to override it for some data (see screenshot)



Does it answer your need ?

Best Regards.
 

2017-07-04 11:12 GMT+02:00 Mehul Ved <[hidden email]>:
I have the same kind of setup. Here's what I have done:
- Left the connector as it is
-----START server.xml-----
<Connector address="10.0.0.3" port="8090" processors="10" secure="false" />
-----END server.xml-----

- In apache.conf I have proxied it as follows
-----START APACHE CONFIG-----
ProxyPass         /mmonit  http://10.0.0.3:8090 nocanon
ProxyPassReverse  /mmonit http://10.0.0.3:8090
ProxyRequests     Off
AllowEncodedSlashes NoDecode

# Local reverse proxy authorization override
# Most unix distribution deny proxy by default (ie /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/proxy.conf in Ubuntu)
  Order deny,allow
  Allow from all
</Proxy>
-----END APACHE CONFIG-----

For nginx, it is even simpler
-----START NGINX CONFIG-----
        location /mmonit/ {
                proxy_pass https://10.0.0.3:8090/;
        }
-----END NGINX CONFIG-----

From: monit-general <monit-general-bounces+mehul.ved=[hidden email]> on behalf of Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 1:56:30 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: M/Monit Network Settings
 
Guillaume -

I took a look at the documentation, and if I understand correctly, this is providing instruction on setting up the connector for m/monit itself.
However, my issue is as follows: I would like to configure the Monit Network Settings for a host in m/monit such that the address is something like foobar.com/monit and the port is left null. Essentially, I would like m/monit to understand that I am using a sub-path without a port so that it can connect to the monit instances (and then be able to run start/stop operations via the m/monit web interface). Whenever I put in a network address such as "foobar.com/monit", m/monit is unable to resolve this into an address. 

I hope this clarifies what I'm trying to accomplish.

- Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 1:13 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Guillaume, I'll give that a look! 

On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

--
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Senior Software Engineer
<a href="tel:(973)%20454-4815" value="+19734544815" target="_blank">973-454-4815



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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Saagar Deshpande
Guillaume,

Indeed, the data collection is working properly. My question is centered around overriding the network settings.
Below is an example of what I see. When I set the address as: www.foobar.com/monit
I see the error as "Host not specified in the URL" and the connection fails.
My monit instances are set up being nginx via subpath, but as you can see in the screenshot,
m/monit is simply appending the port onto the end of the URL.
Do I need to use sub-domain instead?


Inline image 1

Best,
Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 3:05 AM, Guillaume François <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Saagar,

I saw the misunderstanding.

The Monit network setting comes from the configuration of the "remote" Monit agent.

From my understanding, it is use by M/Monit to send "commands" to the remote Monit agent. In the case it cannot successfully connect, commands issued from M/Monit are not executed on the remote Monit agent.
This is only mandatory if you want to perform remote actions from M/Monit console. It doesn't block the collection of data.

If you want to change the connection information, you are able to override it for some data (see screenshot)



Does it answer your need ?

Best Regards.
 

2017-07-04 11:12 GMT+02:00 Mehul Ved <[hidden email]>:
I have the same kind of setup. Here's what I have done:
- Left the connector as it is
-----START server.xml-----
<Connector address="10.0.0.3" port="8090" processors="10" secure="false" />
-----END server.xml-----

- In apache.conf I have proxied it as follows
-----START APACHE CONFIG-----
ProxyPass         /mmonit  http://10.0.0.3:8090 nocanon
ProxyPassReverse  /mmonit http://10.0.0.3:8090
ProxyRequests     Off
AllowEncodedSlashes NoDecode

# Local reverse proxy authorization override
# Most unix distribution deny proxy by default (ie /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/proxy.conf in Ubuntu)
  Order deny,allow
  Allow from all
</Proxy>
-----END APACHE CONFIG-----

For nginx, it is even simpler
-----START NGINX CONFIG-----
        location /mmonit/ {
                proxy_pass https://10.0.0.3:8090/;
        }
-----END NGINX CONFIG-----

From: monit-general <monit-general-bounces+mehul.ved=[hidden email]> on behalf of Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 1:56:30 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: M/Monit Network Settings
 
Guillaume -

I took a look at the documentation, and if I understand correctly, this is providing instruction on setting up the connector for m/monit itself.
However, my issue is as follows: I would like to configure the Monit Network Settings for a host in m/monit such that the address is something like foobar.com/monit and the port is left null. Essentially, I would like m/monit to understand that I am using a sub-path without a port so that it can connect to the monit instances (and then be able to run start/stop operations via the m/monit web interface). Whenever I put in a network address such as "foobar.com/monit", m/monit is unable to resolve this into an address. 

I hope this clarifies what I'm trying to accomplish.

- Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 1:13 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Guillaume, I'll give that a look! 

On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

--
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Senior Software Engineer
<a href="tel:(973)%20454-4815" value="+19734544815" target="_blank">973-454-4815



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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Mehul Ved

In the port field try 80 or 443, as relevant?


From: monit-general <monit-general-bounces+mehul.ved=[hidden email]> on behalf of Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]>
Sent: Wednesday, July 5, 2017 1:58:51 AM
To: This is the general mailing list for monit
Subject: Re: M/Monit Network Settings
 
Guillaume,

Indeed, the data collection is working properly. My question is centered around overriding the network settings.
Below is an example of what I see. When I set the address as: www.foobar.com/monit
I see the error as "Host not specified in the URL" and the connection fails.
My monit instances are set up being nginx via subpath, but as you can see in the screenshot,
m/monit is simply appending the port onto the end of the URL.
Do I need to use sub-domain instead?


Inline image 1

Best,
Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 3:05 AM, Guillaume François <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Saagar,

I saw the misunderstanding.

The Monit network setting comes from the configuration of the "remote" Monit agent.

From my understanding, it is use by M/Monit to send "commands" to the remote Monit agent. In the case it cannot successfully connect, commands issued from M/Monit are not executed on the remote Monit agent.
This is only mandatory if you want to perform remote actions from M/Monit console. It doesn't block the collection of data.

If you want to change the connection information, you are able to override it for some data (see screenshot)



Does it answer your need ?

Best Regards.
 

2017-07-04 11:12 GMT+02:00 Mehul Ved <[hidden email]>:
I have the same kind of setup. Here's what I have done:
- Left the connector as it is
-----START server.xml-----
<Connector address="10.0.0.3" port="8090" processors="10" secure="false" />
-----END server.xml-----

- In apache.conf I have proxied it as follows
-----START APACHE CONFIG-----
ProxyPass         /mmonit  http://10.0.0.3:8090 nocanon
ProxyPassReverse  /mmonit http://10.0.0.3:8090
ProxyRequests     Off
AllowEncodedSlashes NoDecode

# Local reverse proxy authorization override
# Most unix distribution deny proxy by default (ie /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/proxy.conf in Ubuntu)
  Order deny,allow
  Allow from all
</Proxy>
-----END APACHE CONFIG-----

For nginx, it is even simpler
-----START NGINX CONFIG-----
        location /mmonit/ {
                proxy_pass https://10.0.0.3:8090/;
        }
-----END NGINX CONFIG-----

From: monit-general <monit-general-bounces+mehul.ved=[hidden email]> on behalf of Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 1:56:30 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: M/Monit Network Settings
 
Guillaume -

I took a look at the documentation, and if I understand correctly, this is providing instruction on setting up the connector for m/monit itself.
However, my issue is as follows: I would like to configure the Monit Network Settings for a host in m/monit such that the address is something like foobar.com/monit and the port is left null. Essentially, I would like m/monit to understand that I am using a sub-path without a port so that it can connect to the monit instances (and then be able to run start/stop operations via the m/monit web interface). Whenever I put in a network address such as "foobar.com/monit", m/monit is unable to resolve this into an address. 

I hope this clarifies what I'm trying to accomplish.

- Saagar

On Tue, Jul 4, 2017 at 1:13 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks Guillaume, I'll give that a look! 

On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear monit-general,

I am setting up m/monit and have configured m/monit and monit behind nginx via proxy_pass. nginx is providing SSL to our other applications and also prevents unnecessary exposure to the ports that m/monit and monit are listening on. 

When the proxy_pass is enabled, all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/monit is directed to monit and all traffic to https://www.foobar.com/mmonit is directed to m/monit . As such, I would like to understand how exactly to configure the network settings for m/monit so that a port is not required. Is this possible? The UI seems to append the port number to the end of the URL in all situations.

Best,
Saagar

--
Saagar Deshpande
Senior Software Engineer
<a href="tel:(973)%20454-4815" value="&#43;19734544815" target="_blank">973-454-4815



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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Jan-Henrik Haukeland
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> On 4 Jul 2017, at 22:28, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> When I set the address as: www.foobar.com/monit
> I see the error as "Host not specified in the URL" and the connection fails.

Address should be the DNS name of the host or its IP-address. You are using an URL-path. If you cannot setup Monit on the host on a specific port, but have to go through a proxy you will need to use a sub-domain for monit. That is, monit.foobar.com and setup proxy accordingly.


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Re: M/Monit Network Settings

Saagar Deshpande
Okay, I will try this. Thanks all!

On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 2:38 AM, Jan-Henrik Haukeland <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 4 Jul 2017, at 22:28, Saagar Deshpande <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> When I set the address as: www.foobar.com/monit
> I see the error as "Host not specified in the URL" and the connection fails.

Address should be the DNS name of the host or its IP-address. You are using an URL-path. If you cannot setup Monit on the host on a specific port, but have to go through a proxy you will need to use a sub-domain for monit. That is, monit.foobar.com and setup proxy accordingly.



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