[mrtg] Re: port reconfigurations
ncalvert at cabletron.com
Wed Oct 27 16:25:33 MEST 1999
I think this is how it works but older hands may have a different spin
on it, so 'for what its worth' applies...
MRTG queries interfaces.ifDescr for each interface and writes it to a
file (configname.ok). It then checks the file for differences each time
it polls. If the interface name changes, that will change ifDescr which
will then make MRTG send you a message (either via mail if you're
running it in cron or right to the terminal if you are running manually.
From: SCHAAF PETER <Peter.Schaaf at icp.siemens.be>
To: Mrtg (E-mail) <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Date: Wednesday, October 27, 1999 10:18 AM
Subject: [mrtg] port reconfigurations
>how does this works?
>MRTG's query engine checks for port reconfigurations on the router and
>the user when they occur.
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