[mrtg] Re: Monitoring 5G bps network
alex at nac.net
Wed Nov 8 15:39:53 MET 2000
MRTG is capable of using the 64 bit counters (I am pretty sure) which are
available as a different OID in most IOS routers today.
On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, Sungchul Park wrote:
> I'm s/w engineer in Korea and first here.
> My customer has a big network that the traffic is over 2G bits per second.
> In next year, his network will be expanded up to 5G bps.
> He want to monitor his network with MRTG, but he think MRTG can not handle
> such a big traffic data, because MRTG use integer to store values.
> He also want to use gnu/linux i386 for running MRTG.
> Could I solve this problem? I have to meat him tomorrow afternoon.
> Park, Sungchul / mailto:scpark at gen128.com
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