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How to get a map replicated to another website in a DMZ zone

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I have a running PRTG installation with a couple of maps on my internal network. Now I would like to get theses maps replicated to another website in our DMZ zone for external viewonly access

Is there a method to push maps via a service/script/setup?

dmz maps push website

Created on Apr 8, 2015 10:48:47 AM by  lme062 (221) 2 3



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I found a solution or workaround to my problem. At http://phantomjs.org/ you can download a small program that enables you to create a "Screen capture" of a web page. The beauty of this solution is that you can schedule a command file executing the program and creating a .png file Then the rest is just moving the .png file to the desired destination

Created on Apr 15, 2015 1:12:05 PM by  lme062 (221) 2 3



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Did you click on the "Get HTML" already when viewing the MAP?

You would need an external page which includes the MAP as an Iframe or via a proxy functionality...

Created on Apr 9, 2015 10:41:58 AM by  Lars (1,150) 2 1



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Yes, the map via HTML function works perfect But I need to precent the result on a different website placed in a DMZ zone and are not allowed to use "PULL" to get the data to DMZ website So I need a function that can run on the PRTG installation and PUSH the map "picture" every 1 minute

Created on Apr 9, 2015 11:54:47 AM by  lme062 (221) 2 3



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I can not think of a built-in nor an external script that could do this for you in this direction, sorry.

Created on Apr 9, 2015 6:35:28 PM by  Lars (1,150) 2 1



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I found a solution or workaround to my problem. At http://phantomjs.org/ you can download a small program that enables you to create a "Screen capture" of a web page. The beauty of this solution is that you can schedule a command file executing the program and creating a .png file Then the rest is just moving the .png file to the desired destination

Created on Apr 15, 2015 1:12:05 PM by  lme062 (221) 2 3



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