[mrtg] Re: portmasters
Daniel R . Kilbourne
drk at voyager.net
Fri Jul 20 06:05:41 MEST 2001
why use a script? If all you want is modems in use, you can directly query it with an OID.
Here is my config for a portmaster:
Title[portmaster]: Portmaster Modem Usage
Pagetop[portmaster]: Portmaster Modem Usage 
Target[portmaster]: 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0&22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.0:string at portmaster.domain.com - 1
YLegend[portmaster]: Total Modems
Legend1[portmaster]: Modems in Use
Legend2[portmaster]: Modems in Use
Options[portmaster]: absolute, gauge, integer
Give it a whirl.....
> I have set up and configured mrtg to monitor the router from a redhat7.1 box.
> I would like to use it to monitor the portmasters. A friend and I are just
> in the process of aquiring a buisness and we are trying to get a handle on
> what is going on. I modified the portmasters script in the portmasters
> subdirectory of the contrib section. Doesn't seem to like the perl I'm
> using. I have fixed all of the semi colon errors. That is about as far as
> my programming experience will get me.
> Any one have a script that is perhaps updated I could modify?
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Daniel R. Kilbourne
daniel.kilbourne at corecomm.com
CoreComm Systems Engineering
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