[mrtg] Re: MRTG 2 .7.5 running on NT 4.0 SP3

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Mon Dec 20 14:11:04 MET 1999

Carlos Sebastian Vieira Uribe wrote:
> This is what i use (Only for Cisco routers):
> Target[abcd]:
> at abdc / 255 *
> 100
> MaxBytes[abcd]: 100

Don't forget to use the gauge option.

> The OID is for the Interface Load (As used by IGRP) and it is an integer
> between 0 and 255 representing bw utilization.

It therefore assumes that the correct bandwidth is known to the cisco.
This may have been changed (in order to affect routing).
For instance: a backup link, real speed 100mbit, is known to cisco as
1kbps.  It currently has a load of 111/255 :-)

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