Monitoring OpenSIPS using LibreNMS

LibreNMS is an open-source network monitoring tool. We can monitor a wide range of network devices such as Cisco, Juniper, Foundry, FreeBSD, Brocade, HP, different operating systems such as Linux, FreeBSD, Windows as well and pretty much anything that supports SNMP polling.

Its feature set includes automatic discovery, customizable alerts, API access, billing system for ports on the network, automatic updates and many more.

OpenSIPS is an Open Source carrier-grade SIP proxy/server used for SIP signalling and can handle all types of SIP operations. It’s being used by a lot of telco providers, ITSP and carriers because of its reliability and performance.


This tutorial assumes that you have OpenSIPS and LibreNMS installed and running. Here we will show you how to add OpenSIPS as an app in LibreNMS to monitor the memory usage, load and open files. If you not installed OpenSIPS or LibrenNMS yet, you can visit the following links : OpenSIPS, LibreNMS (on CentOS), LibreNMS (on Ubuntu) to get started and come back again on this tutorial when done installing. So these are the steps which we need to follow, to add OpenSIPS app in LibreNMS –

  1. Download opensips stats script
  2. Update snmpd.conf file
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