[mrtg] Re: In / Out Upside down.
KStieers at dainrauscher.com
Thu Sep 30 14:03:07 MEST 1999
If you want to switch the in and out on an interface, you need to edit the
cfg file. Cfgmaker doesn't have a switch for this.
The normal target line is something like this:
Target[router.1]: 1:community at routerip
To switch the in and out, put a negative sign (-) in front of the target
definition, like this:
Target[router.1]: -1:community at routerip
Note, this is only really usefull when you are using MRTG's capablitity to
interpret that the above target lines mean "Get the stats for port 1 of this
router." If you are using the OID1&OID2:commmunity at routerip syntax, just
flip them (i.e. OID2&OID1:communtiy at routerip).
P.S. This is described in the MRTG config parameters doc file
> -----Original Message-----
> From: micha at kalus.org [mailto:micha at kalus.org]
> Sent: Thursday, September 30, 1999 3:43 AM
> To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
> Subject: [mrtg] In / Out Upside down.
> In / Out is upside on my switch :)
> Now I read that there is a switch for the cfgmaker that
> actually turns it
> upside down, but I haven't found that in the docs?
> Can anybody please give me the Syntax? :)
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