[mrtg] Re: Super Stack II 3300
Glenn Forbes Fleming Larratt
glratt at rice.edu
Fri May 26 01:22:44 MEST 2000
If you run cfgmaker against a 3300 and look at the resulting .html files,
you'll find 140 and 141 labelled as "SLIP on Unit 1" and "3Com Switch on Unit
1" (the latter of which I believe to be a summary of all traffic through
the 3300's backplane).
If you run cfgmaker against a matrix of 3300's, you'll find that an offset
is generated for each one (in the example in front of me, the offsets are
100 for unit 1, 14900 for unit 2, 200 for unit 4, and 300 for unit 3.
On Thu, 25 May 2000, David Gabler wrote:
> Does any one know what ports "140 and 141" are on a Superstack? The 1
> specifies unit 1 I believe however I have no clue what ports 40 and 41 are
> as this is a 24 port switch.
> Any suggestions/insight ?
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