Consider the system Zabbix for network monitoring, currently use The Dude from MikroTik. Also important is creating a network map, in this connection, a question arose. The Dude is such a handy thing on the network map, clicking the right button through the "Tools" menu, it is possible to connect to the selected piece of iron telnet'ω, SSH'eat, or go to a Web muzzle glands. Is it possible to implement this functionality in Zabbix, at least connecting to the Web face of the hardware to implement? Whether there are ready decisions?
Vskidku, the transition to web interface possible in the standard functionality, each item has a URL field where you can specify a web address linked to the ip element. Opening ip via telnet, ssh, vnc, etc in the forehead, as far as I know, not to do, but easily solved with browser plugin, for example for Fox addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ipprotocols/
nash81 answered on October 3rd 19 at 03:28
As far as I know — impossible. Very annoying.
Actually, the closest thing there is is Scripts. They are displayed by clicking on the host on the map, and the output of scripts executed on the Zabbix server, is visible in the web client.