ManageEngine OpManager is a powerful and easy-to-use network monitoring software. As networks become more complex, it is critical to have a robust network monitoring solution. OpManager provides comprehensive network monitoring capabilities to help you monitor network performance, detect network failures in real time, and troubleshoot them in a timely manner to prevent downtime. As a powerful network monitor, we had a customer who needed some docking support capabilities, so I was forced to install one to test the docking capabilities of our system.
This article is about my installation process under CentOS.
[email@example.com]# yum update -y [firstname.lastname@example.org]# systemctl stop firewalld [email@example.com]# setenforce 0
Download the installation package
[firstname.lastname@example.org]# wget https://www.manageengine.com/network-monitoring/29809517/ManageEngine_OpManager_Free_64bit.bin [email@example.com]# chmod +x chmod +x . /ManageEngine_OpManager_Free_64bit.bin [firstname.lastname@example.org]# . /chmod +x . /ManageEngine_OpManager_Free_64bit.bin
Then just enter all the way back or type Y and wait for the end
Start OP Manager
[email@example.com]# cd /opt/ManageEngine/OpManager/bin/ [firstname.lastname@example.org]# . /linkAsService.sh [email@example.com]# systemctl enable OpManager [firstname.lastname@example.org]# systemctl start OpManager
This way, OP Manager is up and running, and the next step is to start configuring OP Manager.
Try OP Manager
The default port for OP Manager is 8060, if you haven’t changed it, you can see this page by going to:
The default username and password are prompted here, both are admin.
Then you can go to the home page at.
|Figure 2: OP Manager home page)||::||!|
Then it’s time to have fun.