Oxidized is a simple open-source device configuration backup tool exposing a web-based GUI.
Configuration parameters to be provided by the user are explained in the subsections below.
Oxidized access username- Username to be used to access the Oxidized user interface (HTTP basic auth)
Oxidized access password- Password to be used to access the Oxidized user interface (HTTP basic auth)
Device access username- Username to be used by Oxidized to connect to the monitored device with SSH (to be configured on the device)
Device access password- Password to be used by Oxidized to connect to the monitored device with SSH (to be configured on the device)
Device (IP address)- List of IPv4 addresses of devices to be monitored by this Oxidized instance
Multiple devices can be configured by using the
Add device button.
Storage space (GB)[Optional] - Amount of storage to be allocated to persist data generated by this Oxidized instance (default value is displayed in the placeholder, in this case 1 Gigabyte), e.g.
Oxidized allows for updating tools configuration during runtime. User should follow the steps described on the NMaaS Tool Configuration Process page.
Inside the repository two files are being created by default, namely
router.db, and are placed in the
If a new device model needs to be specified the dedicated model description files should be placed in the