[mrtg] Re: secondary address on ethers
jay at west.net
Wed Mar 14 21:18:58 MET 2001
On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Daniel R . Kilbourne wrote:
> So, we are an ISP, and when we co-locate equipment with businesses, many times part of the deal is that
> we give them connectivity.
> Now, in many places, we cannot put them on their own interface on our router, so they wind up being
> plugged into the same ether that we use for our dial equipment with a secondary address. These are all
> Cisco routers. We want to see wxactly how much traffic the businesses are pushing versus the traffic
> we push. Is there a way I can monitor them separately? I tried monitoring by IP, but it is not working.
Use an SNMP-manageable switch and monitor their interface. Better, use
an ISL or dot1q capable switch, and trunk to it, put them on a separate
VLAN. More scalable, beter security for your network.
Jay Hennigan - Network Administration - jay at west.net
NetLojix Communications, Inc. NASDAQ: NETX - http://www.netlojix.com/
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