[mrtg] Re: Cat5500

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Tue Aug 8 11:05:33 MEST 2000

Alison Gudgeon wrote:
> [cat5500]
> I have 4 FE ports then three cards of 24 10/100 ports - but the graphs do
> not seem to tie up with this pattern?
> MRTG shows that a port is only FEthernet
> utp fast ethernet (cat 5)
> or that it is 10/100
> 10/100 utp ethernet (cat 3/5)

This is the interface description as provided by the catalyst.
There is a better config maker available; look in the contrib/cfgmaker_cisco

> and as such I would expect to see the first four graphs as 100Mb and the
> rest of the graphs as 10/100 ..... but not so.

The interface numbers are generated at the time the card was inserted.

> What I would like to know is .... is there any way I can identify which
> graph points to which port?

Above mentioned config maker should prove to be enough.

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