Nagios binaries for AIX 7.1

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Nagios binaries for AIX 7.1

Hello All,

I am new to Nagios. I have a requirement to monitor AIX 7.1 using Nagios xi, could any one guide me steps to go in right direction.

I know Nagios doesn't have precompiled agent and plugin for aix 7.1.

Appreciate your help
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