[mrtg] Re: Total Bandwidth Usage
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Tue Sep 14 23:27:19 MEST 1999
At 02:14 PM 9/14/99 -0700, you wrote:
>I am new to MRTG (and first time user of this group) and so, please
>bear with my questions. I am monitoring a Cisco router connected to a
>Here are my questions.
>1. How do you make MRTG display total bandwidth usage (in %) of T1
> Currently it displays In/Out statistics of the router every 5 mins.
> Adding these two values may not be accurate as it may exceed 100%
a t1 line is also bidirectional, you can use 100% outgoing and 50%
incoming without issue, so adding them together will give you a
meaningless number as well..
>2. The Y - scale on the graphs do not display full bandwidth capacity
> of T1 line (i.e. 193 KB/s). The graphs end at 176KB/s. How would
> I make the graphs display the Full capacity of the line?
tell it not to scale (see the docs)
>3. I would also like to monitor another Cisco router connected a
> Fractional T1 Line. How can I combine statistics from these two
> router to display total T1 usage?
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