PHP Software for network device monitoring with
SNMP v(1/2c/3) protocol. Tested with 3Com/HP, ProCurve, Dell and Extreme devices.
Some other models with SNMP support work properly.
Framework yii with
How It works
The PHPNetMap shows connected hosts based on the FIB
or table CAM switches, and ARP table
devices. You can perform searches within these tables in various
devices with the Search form. With the map view you can check the connections
between hosts and each host there is a screen indicating the port status with
their respective connected host. You can see the operating status port and
status of the Spanning Tree Protocol
on switches with dot1dStpPortState OID. Using an SNMP community with read/write
permission you can change the ifAdminStatus or set ifAlias
PHPNetMap and Docker
I created a Docker image with all the configuration ready for use PHPNetMap,
available in Docker Hub.
With the docker-compose.yml in the project root you can download the image and run
system only with the command
docker-compose up within the directory
project. Note server settings to run in production mode (Password in ADMIN_PASSWORD
environment variable, for example). Change the docker-compose.yml as necessary.
curl -ssl https://get.docker.com/ | sh
Create and run a single container
docker run -p 80:80 --name=server1 marcelofmatos/phpnetmap
Open a web browser and access http://<server_ip> or http://localhost if 'docker run' executed in your local machine
The HTTP user is 'admin' and password is string set in ADMIN_PASSWORD environment variable.
If you wish run container in other port:
docker run -p 8081:80 --name=server1 marcelofmatos/phpnetmap
And open http://localhost:8081
To manage container:
docker start server1 docker stop server1
Set HTTP user and password:
docker run -p 80:80 --name=server1 -e ADMIN_USER=admin -e ADMIN_PASSWORD=pnm marcelofmatos/phpnetmap
If ADMIN_USER is not set, 'admin' is default value.
If ADMIN_PASSWORD is not set, a random value is set and printed on log container.
To show log container
docker logs server1
See more in https://docs.docker.com/engine/getstarted/
Using with docker-compose
Use these comands to install docker-compose
apt-get install python-pip pip install docker-compose
To run configuration in docker-compose.yml:
To run especific YML file, like docker-compose-multiple-servers.yml:
docker-compose -f docker-compose-multiple-servers.yml up
The software was tested on Debian and Ubuntu Server with the following
The login is set in .htaccess and .htpasswd so apache must be configured to
read the instructions
Host and network map