[Openvas-discuss] openvas-cli & openvas-gsa
Jan-Oliver.Wagner at greenbone.net
Mon Apr 26 16:40:34 CEST 2010
On Montag, 26. April 2010, larsa none wrote:
> Hi! i'm having som questions regarding the openvas-cli (not gtk-client) and the openvas-gsa webinterface. Is there any way to automatically download a scheduled report to a .nbe file and to a html file so that you don't have to press download on the webinterface each time a report is generated. As far as I can understand, here is where the cli comes into the picture, but I can't seem to have any luck with making the omp-cli do as I want. Could anyone please explain what config-flags I need to set in the omp-cli or how to solve through the webinterface to for example do the following:
> scan targets 192.168.1.0/24 with optimized test etc and save report to a .nbe-file & to a html-file
some customers of Greenbone do indeed use the cli tool to automatically
configure and start a scan and later pull the results in arbitrary formats.
I am currently assembling a howto-document for this.
However, it is pretty straight forward anyway. So, reading
the "omp --help" should provide all the clues.
Of course it is necessary to have openvas-manager
running properly because the communication protocol
needed here is OMP.
BTW: With the newest releases you don't need
to take care of the scheduling yourself anymore.
The manager will take care of it.
All the best
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