I am willing to use OpenNMS to monitor my network. Monitoring it fully from the router to the nodes from a computer will be connecting the network as node not as administrator and that computer using Windows XP SP3, with 1.5 GB RAM, 160 GB Hardisk and Intel premium processor.

So I read that OpenNMS requires JDK, PostgreSQL and Apache Tomcat, then I can install it. I'd done it all and I'm sure it's done correctly. When I try to access the web page using localhost, it doesn't work. I tried changing the IP to default software IP and my own IP, also tried ports 8980, 5432, 80 and 88, but it still doesn't work.

Any suggestion would be helpful to me.

  • You should post an error message or the reuse of what happens when you try to access the OpenNMS page. – ewwhite Aug 5 '14 at 12:27

I'm not sure why you're installing onto Windows XP.

Either way, your OpenNMS login page should be:

However, the OpenNMS mailing list would be a better resource for any questions beyond this. http://www.opennms.org/wiki/Mailing_lists

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  • is it costing problem when I use windows XP? – opa.mido Aug 6 '14 at 1:32
  • the reason am using it because its the only OS provided in the lab.. – opa.mido Aug 6 '14 at 1:33

I manged to run it already and its works well now.

the thing I missed is I didn't install any phpadmin and here I installed phpPgAdmin. second thing I were having 2 version of Postgresql I deleted the oldest. then its working now...

thanx for trying to help me @ewwhite

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