[mrtg] Re: change an ip address without lost of hystory graphic

Travis Dawson tdawson at bluemartini.com
Mon Jan 29 01:50:54 MET 2001

Two ways.
1.      Rename all the files to reflect the new IP
2.      Edit the cfg file so that it points to the old IP
I got tired of doing this myself and now edit all cfg's to have human names 
like <routername>-<port> example brlrtr-serial1-0
Its a pain once, but makes life easier later.

At 07:51 AM 12/21/01, Luca Micheletti wrote:

>My problem is this:
>i have a cisco router with two ethernet interfaces,  and mrtg work very well.
>One day i change for my reasons one ip address of one interface.
>The interface is the same but the ip address no.
>How can i update the graphic without lost of history traffic?????
>Is it possible with MRTG????
>Thank you for the attention.
>* Luca Micheletti                            *
>* Network IP technician                  *
>* luca.micheletti at cdc1085.com      *
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