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gettingstarted [2007/10/08 22:53]
faltin
gettingstarted [2011/04/11 08:30] (current)
morten fix various stale details
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    - [[#Verify that your network is discovered]]    - [[#Verify that your network is discovered]]
    - Happy NAV'​ing! :-)    - Happy NAV'​ing! :-)
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 ===== Install NAV and dependencies ===== ===== Install NAV and dependencies =====
  
-In principle, NAV can run on any Unix-like platform, as long as Apache, ​Perl, Python, PHP and Java are supported.+In principle, NAV can run on any Unix-like platform, as long as Apache, ​postgresql, Python and Java are supported.
 Several distribution packages are available or you can install NAV from source if you like.  Several distribution packages are available or you can install NAV from source if you like. 
    * See our [[navdownload|download page]] for details.    * See our [[navdownload|download page]] for details.
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 +==== Even easier install ====
  
 +  * Use our available [[navappliance|virtual appliance]] with NAV preinstalled!
 ===== Adjust NAV configuration files ===== ===== Adjust NAV configuration files =====
  
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    - In ''​nav.conf''​ set ''​ADMIN_MAIL''​ to the email account of your NAV administrator.    - In ''​nav.conf''​ set ''​ADMIN_MAIL''​ to the email account of your NAV administrator.
    - In ''​nav.conf''​ set ''​DOMAIN_SUFFIX''​ to your domain.    - In ''​nav.conf''​ set ''​DOMAIN_SUFFIX''​ to your domain.
-   - In ''​db.conf''​ set ''​userpw_nav''​. NAV will use this password to access the NAV database. For debugging purposes you use it yourself to access the database from the shell with ''​psql ​manage ​nav''​.+   - In ''​db.conf''​ set ''​userpw_nav''​. NAV will use this password to access the NAV database. For debugging purposes you use it yourself to access the database from the shell with ''​psql ​nav nav''​.
  
  
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 <​code>​ <​code>​
 $/​usr/​sbin/​nav status ​ $/​usr/​sbin/​nav status ​
-Up: alertengine cricket eventengine ​getDeviceData iptrace ​logengine mactrace maintengine networkDiscovery pping servicemon thresholdMon+Up: alertengine cricket eventengine ​ipdevpoll ​logengine mactrace maintengine networkDiscovery pping servicemon ​snmptrapd ​thresholdMon
 Down: smsd Down: smsd
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 After you have registered your equipment in NAV, the background processes starts collecting information with snmp:  ​ After you have registered your equipment in NAV, the background processes starts collecting information with snmp:  ​
-   * [[backendprocesses#​getdevicedata|getDeviceData]] should notice the new IP device within ​minutesand will then classify the new box in terms of OIDs supported. This can be seen from the IP device report from the [[reporttool|report tool]].  +   * [[backendprocesses#​ipdevpoll|ipdevpoll]] should notice the new IP device within ​minutes and will start collecting ​switch/​router port information and more. Verify the status using the report tool (or network explorer). You may also check the ''​ipdevpoll.log''​ file.
-   * The next step for getDeviceData will be to gather ​switch/​router port information and more. Verify the status using the report tool (or network explorer). You may also check the ''​getDevicedata.log''​ file.+
  
 After the individual components has its collected data [[backendprocesses#​mactrace|mactrace]] will every 15 minutes gather mac to switch port data. This will in turn be used by the  After the individual components has its collected data [[backendprocesses#​mactrace|mactrace]] will every 15 minutes gather mac to switch port data. This will in turn be used by the 
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