The op5 Monitor App works directly towards the op5 Monitor API and your filter settings (based on your username). This enables you to tailor your app to show the list-views you set up in Monitor. For more information on list views, see links at bottom of this page.
op5 Monitor 6.3 or higher
API access on op5 Monitor
API "can_submit_commands" access if you want to be able to "acknowledge" events in the app.
Android 4.x or iOS 7
Our mobile app:
Enter your hostname in the box. In this example we are using demo.op5.com
Note: Advanced users can use another port if needed. Useful if a port forwarding firewall is used to get through NAT. The syntax is <hostname>:<portnumber>
Add user credentials
Enter the user credentials to access your op5 Monitor APIs. An example (feel free to use for testing) is:
Note: When using op5 demo site as demo user, the user has limited access so it is not possible to create own filters, acknowledge problems and so on. If you have added an auth module to op5 Monitor, such as LDAP. Login with username$name-of-auth-module as your username. Both are case sensitive.
The start screen shows an overview of hosts and services. Below can the filters defined in the op5 Monitor system be seen.
The rotating arrows are the the refresh button.
Top left there is a meny with the possibility to do different actions:
Home, get back to start
All the filters
Feedback, send feedback to op5 from the op5 Monitor app
About, information about op5 and op5 knowledgebase
Top right is the settings menu, where it is set whether hosts and services that are acknowledged or hosts and services that are in scheduled downtime should be seen in the home screen.
To acknowledge a host or service problem. Pick the problem and choose top right corner, the acknowledge shows up. Press it.
If you want to send feedback to op5 about the app, use the feedback function in the app. If you want op5 to contact you, enter your emailadress and check the “should op5 contact you?” checkbox
This chapter describes some hints for more advanced users, it requires that the user is allowed to create filters and has basic knowledge of how to use op5 Monitor.
The get a list of all hosts, create a filter named: All hosts and has the syntax [hosts] all
The get a list of all services, create a filter named: All services and has the syntax [services] all
To read more about filters, see op5 knowledge base Filters