[mrtg] Re: cpu on routers
jofficer at insidehouston.org
Mon Aug 30 10:11:23 MEST 1999
For one, yes, this has been discussed based on many different routers.
In order to monitor the CPU usage of a specific router, you must first
determing wether or not your router supports CPU monitoring. I believe most
Cicso routers support this. The next step is to determine the OID of the
CPU monitor. Then you would enter it just like an ethernet monitor. Based
on OID. MRTG can monitor just about anything as long as it returns data in
a readable format. If there is an OID for it, then it will return the
necessary data that MRTG needs to monitor.
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From: Joe H <joe at its.unimelb.edu.au>
To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Date: Sunday, August 29, 1999 10:38 PM
Subject: [mrtg] cpu on routers
>You may have had this one before, but the question is how do
>you configure mrtg to monitor cpu usage on routers? If someone
>can breifly explain this that would be nice, or a URL that
>takes you through the procedure would be good to.
>I'm completely new to mrtg!
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