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Getting Started With Nagios XI

We've compiled a number of videos to help you get started with Nagios XI on a virtual machine, which is a great way to test and evaluate XI without making any permanent changes to your hardware. You'll need VMware (Player, Workstation, or ESX) to run the virtual machine. Get VMware Player for free here.

Running the Nagios XI Virtual Machine using VMWare Player
Launch XI in VMware Player
This video walks you step-by-step through installing and running XI on a virtual machine using VMware Player.
Changing the Initial Nagios XI Virtual Machine Credentials
Changing Initial VM Credentials
This video tutorial takes you through the steps of changing initial passwords on the Nagios XI VM and finding its IP address.
Nagios XI Web Interface Setup
Web Interface Setup
This video goes through the initial setup of the web interface.
10 Minute Overview of Nagios XI
Nagios XI 10-Minute Intro
This video is designed to give you the best overview of XI's features and functionality.


More videos are available on YouTube and the Nagios Library.

Nagios XI Downloads

Get the latest version of Nagios XI by choosing one of the options below.

Download Type Version Notes
2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014
A 32-bit VMware virtual machine running CentOS 6.x with Nagios XI 2014 installed. The fastest way to get started with Nagios XI on multiple platforms. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read the VMware virtual machine notes.
2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014
A 64-bit VMware virtual machine running CentOS 6.x with Nagios XI 2014 installed. The fastest way to get started with Nagios XI on multiple platforms. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read the VMware virtual machine notes.
2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014
A 32-bit OVF template running CentOS 6.x with Nagios XI 2014 installed. The fastest way to get started with Nagios XI on vSphere or ESX servers. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read the vSphere / ESX OVF notes.
2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014
A 64-bit OVF template running CentOS 6.x with Nagios XI 2014 installed. The fastest way to get started with Nagios XI on vSphere or ESX servers. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read the vSphere / ESX OVF notes.
2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014
A 32-bit Microsoft virtual machine running CentOS 6.x with Nagios XI 2014 installed. The fastest way to get started with Nagios XI on Windows. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read the Microsoft virtual machine notes.
2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014
A 64-bit Microsoft virtual machine running CentOS 6.x with Nagios XI 2014 installed. The fastest way to get started with Nagios XI on Windows. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read the Microsoft virtual machine notes.

2014R1.5
Oct 01, 2014

The latest release of Nagios XI 2014. Used to manually install Nagios XI 2014 or update an existing Nagios XI instance. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read how to activate your license. See the release notes, and our upgrade instructions before upgrading to the 2014 release.

Previous Version Downloads

Get the previous version of Nagios XI by choosing one of the options below.

Download Type Version Notes

2012R2.9
Feb 11, 2014

The latest release of Nagios XI 2012. Used to manually install Nagios XI 2012 or update an existing Nagios XI instance. Includes both Nagios XI Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. Requires activation. Read how to activate your license. See the release notes, and our upgrade instructions before upgrading to the 2012 release.

Nagios XI Support

Get support for Nagios XI by visiting our online support forum at http://support.nagios.com/forum


Manual Installation Instructions

Want to manually install Nagios XI to your own physical or virtual server running RHEL or CentOS? No problem. Learn how.

Important: Nagios Enterprises strongly recommends and will only support the installation of Nagios XI on a newly installed, "clean" Linux system. Read the installation documentation for more information.


Upgrade Instructions

Have an existing Nagios XI installation that needs to be updated? Download the latest source installer above to upgrade your installation to the newest version. Read the upgrade guide for instructions on updating your existing XI installation.


Version Release Notes

Changes made in Nagios XI releases may be seen by clicking the appropriate link below:


Bug and Feature Request Tracker

Want to report a bug, check on the status of a bug report, or request a new feature in Nagios XI? Visit tracker.nagios.com.


VMware Image Notes

You'll need VMware Server or VMware Player to run the virtual machine. Get VMware Player for free here.
Want the run the virtual machine under VMware ESX? Watch this tutorial or use the new OVF Templates.

Be sure to read the documentation linked below to get some important information before using the Nagios XI virtual machine. The notes contain information on default credentials for the machine, as well as general information you'll need to get started. Read the Virtual Machine Documentation


vSphere / ESX OVF Template

You'll need VMware vSphere Server, ESX or other server capable of deploying OVF Template. There is no need to convert image, in vSphere simply click File -> Deploy OVF Template

Be sure to read the documentation linked below to get some important information before using the Nagios XI virtual machine. The notes contain information on default credentials for the machine, as well as general information you'll need to get started. Read the Virtual Machine Documentation


Microsoft Image Notes

You'll need to have either VirtualPC or Virtual Server to run the Microsoft virtual machine. The image has been tested and is known to work on Virtual Server 2005 as well as Hyper-V.

Be sure to read the documentation linked below to get some important information before using the Nagios XI virtual machine. The notes contain information on default credentials for the machine, as well as general information you'll need to get started. Read the Virtual Machine Documentation


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