[mrtg] Re: Forcing Max Speed
lsheldon at creighton.edu
Tue Nov 30 02:02:16 MET 1999
> At 04:03 PM 11/29/99 -0800, you wrote:
> > I set the MaxBytes option in the MRTG cfg file to 18.75, but when I
> >run MRTG and the graphs are generated, they only show the following -
> > Max Speed: 12.5 MBytes/s (ethernetCsmacd)
> > Is there any way to force the Max Speed to be 18.75?
> if it's a fast ethernet connection the max speed *is* 12.5,
> and you can change what the page says by editing the .cfg file.
Methinks we have a "I keeping cutting it off but it's still too short" thing
"MaxBytes" (typically near the top of a "Target" description) governs what
Comment verbiage in the table area typically near the bottom (that has
among other things the string "Max Speed" in it) governs what MRTG says.
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