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How to Manage Remote Nagios XI Servers

Managing a Nagios® XI™ server is an important requirement to ensure that the monitoring server can be configured to meet organizational needs and that application updates (patches and upgrades) can be applied. Nagios XI servers that are placed on remote networks often requires that an administrator configures firewalls and routers to allow access to management features. This document describes the requirements for and methods of managing remote Nagios XI servers.

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