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Mobile Dashboard

 GitHub: uptimesoftware/uptime-mobile
Category: dashboard

Version Compatibility
Module Name
Uptime Monitoring Station Version
Mobile Dashboard 1.27.2, 7.1
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Mobile Dashboard 1.2

Information Table
Description: Mobile dashboard which allows administrators to access the Uptime UI from a mobile device.
Supported Monitoring Stations:7.2, 7.1
Supported Agents:None; no agent required
Installation Notes:

NOTE: This is ONLY supported on the listed version(s) of Uptime. Do not install on older/newer versions unless they’re specifically stated. For more clarification or assistance, please contact support. Install using the Uptime Plugin Manager

Setup

Installing on the Uptime Monitoring Station —————– * Install the Uptime Controller (API) on the same system * Download and extract this project (uptime-mobile) into a “/mobile” sub-directory in “[uptime_dir]/GUI/”. The files should be placed in: “[uptime_dir]/GUI/mobile” * Now that it’s there, just enable remote access from outside of your network so that any mobile device can connect to that system, or else it will only be available from the internal network (Wifi).

That’s it! The UI should now be available: Ex. http://uptime-server.company.com/mobile

Installing on any Web Server (in a DMZ)

  • Make sure the web server has PHP compatibility with the necessary libraries listed at the top
  • Open up the “header.php” file in a text editor and modify the line below to point to the server where the Uptime Controller (API) is installed:

$uptime_api_hostname = “localhost”; // Uptime Controller hostname (usually localhost, but not always)

  • Now that it’s configured, just enable remote access from outside of your network so that any mobile device can connect to that system, or else it will only be available from the internal network (Wifi).

That’s it! The UI should now be available: Ex. http://uptime-server.company.com/mobile

NOTE; currently the password cannot contain special characters. If your password contains special characters, either change the password or setup a read-only user that does not have special characters in the password.

Dependencies:

Uptime Controller (API) Windows monitoring station (or an Apache + PHP server with lib_CURL)

Input Variables:
    Output Variables:
      Languages Used:
      • PHP

      Notes:

      October 7, 2013 |

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