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NagVis is a visualization addon for the well known network managment system Nagios.

NagVis can be used to visualize Nagios Data, e.g. to display IT processes like a mail system or a network infrastructure.

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This would allow to bend lines around objects.

I have included how the options would function

VIA x-coord y-coord
VIA nodename x-offset y-offset

Specify an additional point that a link must pass through.

A link normally goes in a straight line between the two nodes listed in the NODES configuration line. If you need it to go around something else, or to seperate two parallel links so that the bandwidth labels are all visible, you can make the link curve.

If you specify multiple VIA lines, then the link will pass through each in turn, in the order they are specified.

You can choose between curved or angled links with VIASTYLE.

Any VIA can also be specified relative to a NODE on the map. This makes it easier to have curves keep the intended shape as you re-organise a map.
Change History

Added angled VIAs.
Added relative-positioned VIA.
Originally added VIA.


When using VIA to define a non-straight LINK, you can choose to have a curved link, where the curve passes through each VIA point, or an angled link where each VIA point is a 'corner'. The default is for a curved link.

Curved VIA

Angled VIA
Change History

Added 'angled' style, and VIASTYLE.


Specifies the whether the link should be drawn with one or two arrows.

A 'standard' (twoway) link has two arrows - one for inbound data and one for outbound data. In some situations (e.g. round-trip latency), you might only want an arrow in one direction.

One-way arrows only show the outbound BWLABEL, but they show it in the standard position - 25% of the way along. Change the position of the label with BWLABELPOS as usual (you still need to specify two positions in the BWLABELPOS line, however).
Change History


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Author: fromtheisland1 · Date: 2012-04-14


This would be really great, very useful and I think easy to implement
Author: martin.jaburek · Date: 2012-12-07

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