Asterisk SIP Channel Nagios Plugin

Special thanks to Nils Ohlmeier for writing SIPSAK and Alexander Mayrhofer for writing the original version of this plugin for SER.

The Nagios Check command can be something like:
  1. 'check_asterisk' Asterisk command definition (warning and critical values are in milliseconds)
define command{
command_name check_asterisk
command_line $USER1$/check_asterisk -U $ARG1$ -P $ARG2$ -w 500 -c 1000

You can call it from your services.cfg file with something like:

check_command check_asterisk!sip:monitor@<asterisk IP Address>!port

The check_asterisk plugin:

     #! /usr/bin/perl -w
     # check_ser: Nagios plugin for checking SER using sipsak.
     # Alex Mayrhofer, nic.at <axelm at nic.at> 
     # no warranty, licensed GPL2
     # modified to work with Asterisk by <ricvil at telesip.net> 
    use strict;
    use Getopt::Long;
    use vars qw($opt_w $opt_p $opt_c $opt_U $param $PROGNAME $warning
    $url $host $password);
    use lib "/usr/lib/nagios/plugins";
    use utils qw(%ERRORS &print_revision &support &usage);
    sub print_help ();
    sub print_usage ();
    delete @ENV{'PATH', 'IFS', 'CDPATH', 'ENV', 'BASH_ENV'};
    Getopt::Long::Configure('bundling', 'no_ignore_case');
    ("V|version"    => \&version,
     "h|help"       => \&help,
     "w|warning=s"  => \$opt_w,
     "c|critical=s" => \$opt_c,
     "P|port=s" => \$opt_p,
     "U|url=s" => \$opt_U,);
    ($opt_U) || ($opt_U = shift) || usage("URL not specified\n");
    # TODO: allow port and parameters?
    my $url = $1 if ($opt_U =~ 
    ($url) || usage("Invalid URL: $opt_U\n");
    ($opt_p) || ($opt_p = shift) || usage("Warning port not specified\n"); 
    my $port = $1 if ($opt_p =~ /(\d+)$/);
    ($opt_w) || ($opt_w = shift) || usage("Warning threshold not specified\n");
    $warning = $1 if ($opt_w =~ /(\d+)$/);
    ($warning) || usage("Invalid warning threshold: $opt_w\n");
    ($opt_c) || ($opt_c = shift) || usage("Critical threshold not  specified\n");
    my $critical = $1 if ($opt_c =~ /(\d+)$/);
    ($critical) || usage("Invalid critical threshold: $opt_c\n");
    my $sig=0;
    my $param=0;
    #Put UDP port that the Asterisk SIP stack is listening on after the '-r' 
    $param =  "-s $url -vv -r $port";
    $sig = `/usr/bin/sipsak $param`;
    #This condition check for SIP host alive or host not SIP sevice
    if ($sig =~ m/giving up, no final response after ([0-9\.]+) ms/ || $sig=~m/404 Not Found/) {  
       printf("SIP CRITICAL MISSING 404 !!!\n");
       exit $ERRORS{'CRITICAL'};
    #This condition check if host not active
    if($sig=~m/type: 3, code: ([0-9\.]+)/){
    	$sig = $1;
    	printf("Destination Unreachable !! ICMP type 3, code $sig\n");
    	exit $ERRORS{'CRITICAL'};
    if ($sig =~ m/reply received after ([0-9\.]+) ms/) {
    if ($sig =~ m/reply received ([0-9\.]+) ms after first send/) {
        printf("SIP CRITICAL - missing duration value\n");
        exit $ERRORS{'CRITICAL'};
      } else {
            $sig = $1;
    } else {
      #$sig = $1;
    	printf("SIP UNKNOWN ERROR\n");
        	exit $ERRORS{'UNKNOWN'};	
    if ($sig>$critical) {
    printf("SIP CRITICAL - Test Duration: %.2f ms\n",$sig);
    exit $ERRORS{'CRITICAL'};
    if ($sig>$warning) {
    printf("SIP WARNING - Test Duration: %.2f ms\n",$sig);
    exit $ERRORS{'WARNING'}
    printf("SIP OK - Test Duration: %.2f ms\n",$sig);
    exit $ERRORS{'OK'};
    sub print_usage () {
    print "Usage: $PROGNAME  -U <sip url> -P <sip port> -w <warn> -c <crit>\n";
    sub print_help () {
    print_revision($PROGNAME,'version 0.2 MOD');
    print "Copyright (c) 2003 nic.at (Alexander Mayrhofer) [Original]
    Copyright (c) 2006 NGI_Nectec (Sira Ammueang) [MOD]
    This plugin tests Asterisk SIP Channel.
    print "
    -U, --url=STRING
      SIP URL to use for check
    -P, --port=INTEGER
      SIP PORT
    -w, --warning=INTEGER
       response time in ms above which a WARNING status will result
    -c, --critical=INTEGER
      response time in ms above which a CRITICAL status will result
    sub version () {
    print_revision($PROGNAME,'Version: 0.2 MOD');
    exit $ERRORS{'OK'};
    sub help () {
    exit $ERRORS{'OK'};

See also:

check_sip plugin
Created by: ricvil, Last modification: Fri 26 of Jun, 2009 (18:12 UTC) by ctb
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