From: Jeff Breitner (usenet_at_rudn.com)
Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 22:21:07 -0400
Tim Stanley wrote:
> Thanks for the reply!
> For example, when I click on Host Detail, I get a message telling me that it
> appears as though I don't have permission to view information for any of the
> hosts I requested.
You can deal with this a couple ways. I turned off authentication in
the cgi configuration options and use .htaccess files in Apache to
control global access. Since in my situation everyone that would need
access to the web interface of Nagios would need to see everything, it
didn't make much sense to do it any other way. If that doesn't apply to
you, then you'll need to delve much deeper into configuring the cgi
options. To turn it off, I think the value is "use_authentication=0".
If you want to start assigning different levels of access, you'll need
to start setting up the cgi configuration file to include that
information. I haven't set up Nagios in a while to remember what the
defaults are for CGI access.
However, I will admit that my original post was incorrect. This is a
Nagios problem, not an Apache problem.
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