[mrtg] Re: cfgmaker for ifInDiscards&ifOutDiscards

Nasreddine Tabet-Aoul Nasreddine.Tabet-Aoul at madgeweb.com
Tue Nov 14 13:08:15 MET 2000

Thanks for the suggestions.

I have applied the changes, however i have error messages stating nosuchname
with OID

The cfgmaker runs smoothy but crashed when running the mrtg. Does it need
any refinement to the mrtg file?

Any other suggestions.

Thanks once again.

-----Original Message-----
From: Isaac Grover [mailto:isaac at coe.engr.sjsu.edu]
Sent: 13 November 2000 18:21
To: Nasreddine Tabet-Aoul
Cc: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: Re: [mrtg] cfgmaker for ifInDiscards&ifOutDiscards

Nasreddine Tabet-Aoul wrote:

> I like to monitor the packets discards per interface for all our routers.
> Is there any quicker way to use the cfgmaker for that purpose.
> I am already monitoring the traffic on these routers, but changing the
> targets of all interfaces is quite cumbersome.

If I understand correctly, you can just modify cfgmaker to do what you want:

In sub GenConf, modify the line "${c}Target[$name]: $ifref:$router" to say
"${c}Target[$name]: ifInDiscards&ifOutDiscards:$router".  Run cfgmaker on
your router(s), set mrtg loose, and you should be good to go.

Isaac Grover - isaac at coe.engr.sjsu.edu
SJSU College of Engineering, ECS / Networking
ENG 237, (408) 924-4074

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