[mrtg] Re: Maxbytes values

David Sawyer david.sawyer at uk.mckhboc.com
Wed Aug 8 11:39:04 MEST 2001

> Hi!
> Is there a way to make different maxbytes values for in and out data.
> Eksample: a 1024/256 kbit connection. When the amount of data reaches
> 256kbit/sek the shown in % is of cause 25. I Know that it is because I
> defined
> 128 Kytes/sek in maxbytes field. I wish to use 2 different 100% values,
> one for
> incoming and one for outgoing data.
You could use the MaxBytes1 & MaxBytes2 options.

But they will count for both variables, a snippet from the reference

"If you need two different MaxBytes values for the two monitored variables,
you can use MaxBytes1 and MaxBytes2 instead of MaxBytes."

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