[mrtg] Re: Problem to capture the "description" field on cisco
jfmckay at monroe.net
Sat Aug 21 02:58:53 MEST 1999
when i run cfgmaker with the --vendor switch, it pulls in the
of course now when we configure routers, we always enter the destination and
the circuit id involved.
some of the earlier configs we had to go back and enter it, but it serves as
a documentation tool also.
we have over 600 routers, monitoring about 800 interfaces at this time...
when a get a twin 450, i should be able to get about 2500 interfaces.
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Subject: [mrtg] Problem to capture the "description" field on cisco
> I am monitoring 26 cisco routers, from cisco 2500, 4000 to 7513,with
> mrtg-2.5.3 and there are more than 300 interfaces to be monitored.
> How the interfaces and configuration changes so much, we are making a
> program to read the config of all routers automaticaly with cfgmaker and
> create the mrtg.cfg file.
> All the interfaces in cisco routers have the "description" field, whit
> information of who uses that interface.
> How can I do to the mrtg include this field in the mrtg.cfg file
> automaticaly, without i need tho change 300 descriptions in hand.
> Alexandre Nuernberg
> aberg at altavista.net
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