SNMP support and iptable settings....
Is it possible to install snmp on my Cloudron installed on to a VM OS Ubuntu 18.04? Just install snmp through command line i guess??
The part im not sure off is adusting iptables to allow traffic on 161/udp, because my knowledge is more on the UFW side.
@DanTheMan anything you put in IPTables or UFW will be overwritten by Cloudron so the short of it is no.
There can probably be a configuration change on Cloudrons end to allow this down the road tho
Thanks for your answer. Hope one day it will be available within Cloudron, because i monitor al my systems with LibreNms.
@DanTheMan I would post in Feature Requests, and ask for it to be a togglable feature.
I think for a start I will document what needs to be done to open up ports on Cloudron. This is complicated by the fact that docker does not play well with ufw readily. I think netdata integration will also benefit from such a documentation. Will look into this.
@girish Thanks a lot for this great support and that you want to take a look at it
It's not a must have, but it come's very handy for monitoring my Cloudron instance and get warnings if something goes weird or reaches high loads.
Netdata is also something i did not think about earlier, so maybe that will workout for me as well.
I must say (apart from this topic), i am really 100% satisfied till so far about Cloudron and the active community that's behind it. Many answers to my questions i did already find here in the forums
Also a big thanks to the Staff of Cloudron, that picks up problems really quick and solve's them as much as they can.
I hope Cloudron will live for a long time in the upcoming future, because it's the solution i was looking for a long time
Really glad i came accros all this and thanks to everybody