[mrtg] Re: USR TOTALswitch
Juan Bou Riquer
linux at cancun.com.mx
Wed Dec 1 23:28:16 MET 1999
The TOTALswitch have something broke in the snmp, you need to monitor
packets in-out by second instead bytes in-out
I have someting like that
Target[switch.1]:-184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1.11.1&18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.1.17.1:comunity at swi
increasing the last number you increase the port number
At 07:55 PM 11/30/1999 +0000, Steve Witucke wrote:
>Has anyone ever used MRTG to monitor a USR TOTALswitch? If so does anyone know
>why the only port that sends back data is the internal port (port 33)?
>Maybe this is a problem that is not uncommon to other devices as well, but it
>would be nice to monitor a few of the 32 ports for traffic.
>Any input would be appreciated.
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