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    Nagios check_snmp and 1/0 results

    I have a new environment monitor here, a Room Alert 24e, and it uses a 1 or 0 response for its sensors.

    1 means 'closed' and 0 means 'open'.

    Some sensors are normally open and some are normally closed.

    The issue is how do I set the critical level?

    If my flood sensor gives a 1, it is fine. If it drops to 0, it is submerged in water.

    How do I set -c setting? Putting -c 0 alerts on any value basically.

    How can I do this?

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    Well, got it working by using the -s option instead.

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