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{{Infobox Plugin
 
{{Infobox Plugin
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   | Name=RouterOS
 
   | Type=read
 
   | Type=read
 
   | Callbacks={{Callback|config}}, {{Callback|read}}
 
   | Callbacks={{Callback|config}}, {{Callback|read}}
   | Status={{in development}}
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   | Status={{supported}}
 
   | FirstVersion={{Version|4.9}}
 
   | FirstVersion={{Version|4.9}}
   | Copyright=''2009'' Florian octo Forster
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   | Copyright=''2009–2010'' [[User:Octo|Florian Forster]]
   | License={{GPLv2}}
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   | License={{MIT License}}
 
   | Manpage={{Manpage|collectd.conf|5|plugin_routeros}}
 
   | Manpage={{Manpage|collectd.conf|5|plugin_routeros}}
 
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The '''RouterOS plugin''' connects to a device running ''RouterOS'', the Linux-based operating system for routers by ''MikroTik''. The plugin uses ''librouteros'' to connect and reads information about the interfaces and wireless connections of the device. The configuration supports querying multiple routers.
 
The '''RouterOS plugin''' connects to a device running ''RouterOS'', the Linux-based operating system for routers by ''MikroTik''. The plugin uses ''librouteros'' to connect and reads information about the interfaces and wireless connections of the device. The configuration supports querying multiple routers.
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== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
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Latest revision as of 19:54, 21 September 2021

RouterOS plugin
Type: read
Callbacks: config, read
Status: supported
First version: 4.9
Copyright: 2009–2010 Florian Forster
License: MIT license
Manpage: collectd.conf(5)
List of Plugins

The RouterOS plugin connects to a device running RouterOS, the Linux-based operating system for routers by MikroTik. The plugin uses librouteros to connect and reads information about the interfaces and wireless connections of the device. The configuration supports querying multiple routers.

This plugin is a generic plugin, i.e. it cannot work without configuration, because there is no reasonable default behavior. Please read the Plugin routeros section of the collectd.conf(5) manual page for an in-depth description of the plugin's configuration.

Synopsis

<Plugin "routeros">
  <Router>
    Host "router0.example.com"
    User "collectd"
    Password "secr3t"
  </Router>
  <Router>
    Host "router1.example.com"
    User "collectd"
    Password "5ecret"
  </Router>
</Plugin>

Example graph

Plugin-routeros-bitrate.png Plugin-routeros-signal quality.png Plugin-routeros-snr.png

Dependencies

See also