[mrtg] Re: MRTG bug?
ned at elte.hu
Thu Aug 9 09:44:21 MEST 2001
> SingleRequest: YES
It was the solution.
> Hmm, I imagine you'll get flamed about this.
> MRTG DOES TWO TARGETS!!! NOT ONE, NOT THREE. TWO!
Hmm, you may be right, but I quote some line from reference:
Multi Target Syntax
You can also use several statements in a mathematical expression.
This could be used to aggregate both B channels in an ISDN connection or
multiple T1s that are aggregated into a single channel for greater
bandwidth. Note the whitespace arround the target definitions.
Target[ezwf]: 2:public at wellfleetA + 1:public at wellfleetA
* 4:public at ciscoF
And some line later:
Target[kacisco.comp.edu]: 1:public at 18.104.22.168 + 2:public at 22.214.171.124
> If you want to add two together, you need something like
> OID1&OID2:community at ipaddress + OID3&OID4:community at ipaddress.
It works well also, but I haven't found any example or description
like this. Where could I find out this?
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