[mrtg] Re: Error running MRTG with CFG file having multiple definitions

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Tue Aug 22 00:36:48 MEST 2000

Paul Hewitt wrote:

> I am trying to run MRTG with multiple ports on a router. I use the
> cfgmaker > file > and it creates the configuration file.  Then when I
> run mrtg it complains > that > there is a duplicate definition. But when
> I look at the file it is another > port. 
> I am running mrtg 2.8.12.  Are there any other things I need to do in
> order > to > have multiports in the same configuration file.

Check your targets.  The part inbetween the brackets should be different
for each target.

   Target[device.1]: 1:public at device
   Target[device.2]: 2:public at device
is okay while
   Target[device]: 1:public at device
   Target[device]: 2:public at device
is not.

If they do differ, post a portion of your config.  Try to include the
relevant parts only without stripping too much.  Mask out the passwords.

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