[mrtg] Port vs. OID + Different BRI-counters

Reed Mohn, Anders Anders.Reed.Mohn at itcompagniet.no
Tue Jul 24 15:06:20 MEST 2001

This might not all be entirely on-topic,
but don't know where else to take it..

What is essentially the difference in using

Target[some_if]: 1:public at host
Target[some_if]: at host


The latter should give ifInOctets&ifOutOctets for interface #1.
So does the first line, I thought. However, the former does not work
for all interfaces. Will the latter (with OIDs) always work?

I've checked the ifInOctets values for a BRI-interface on my Cisco 3620 and
that it's indeed counting. I've used the "port" syntax so far (target[]:
1:public at host)
and that hasn't worked. Hoping that changing to explicit OID's will help.

If BRI1/0:1 is channel 1, and BRI1/0:2 is channels 2,
what's hiding behind BRI1/0?  That is, for the in/out counters.
Sum? D-channel?

Anders RM :)

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