qnap sensor allows getting various statistics from your QNAP NAS.
To use the
qnap sensor in your installation, add the following to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry sensor: - platform: qnap host: IP_ADDRESS_OF_QNAP_NAS username: USERNAME password: PASSWORD monitored_conditions: - status - cpu_usage - memory_percent_used - network_tx - volume_percentage_used
The port number on which the QNAP NAS web interface is reachable.
Whether to connect via
https. You might need to configure
Whether SSL certificates should be validated. Set to
false if you use the default, self-signed QNap certificate.
How long (in seconds) to wait for a response from the QNAP device before giving up.
An administration user to connect to the QNAP NAS. This user must be a member of the administration group.
Defines the stats to monitor as sensors.
Displays whether the network interfaces is up (creates a new entry for each interface).
Displays the upload speed of a network interface in MB/s (creates a new entry for each interface).
Displays the download speed of a network interface in MB/s (creates a new entry for each interface).
Displays the S.M.A.R.T. status of the drive (creates a new entry for each drive).
Displays the available space of the volume in GB (creates a new entry for each volume).
If your QNAP device uses self-signed certificates, set the
verify_ssl option to
false. If you configured your device to accept SSL-only connections, please also check that you set
port accordingly, or you might get an
SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER error.
This integration works with most (but not all) QNAP devices. A complete, up-to-date list of compatible devices can be found here.