[mrtg] Re: MRTG newbie number two :-)
grendel at interq.ad.jp
Thu Apr 5 18:26:21 MEST 2001
MIB files are not images, if you mean graphics. If by images you mean
graphs of bandwidth usage, then that is what MRTG can help you make.
SNMP is the networking protocol that MRTG uses usually to gather
information. MIB stands for management information base, by the way.
Copying from an earlier email to someone else... Looking at it now
makes me realize that maybe I need a spell checker of some kind. Snipped
a bit, fixed a few typos.
GMO - http://www.gmo.co.jp/
> MIB files describe the format of the output of SNMP daemons. An SNMP
> daemon is included by default on most routers, on many hubs and switches
> that can be assigned IP addresses, and on most dialup access servers.
> Computers are a different matter. I've seen specialized boxen such as
> thin Cobalt servers that come bundled with an SNMP daemon that can be
> turned on or left off. A generic install of RedHat, Solaris, or Windows
> that does not normally come packaged with an SNMP daemon is a different
> MIB files and information on what they contain can be found through the
> homepages and ftp sites of many equipment vendors, and from the
> following sites:
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