[mrtg] Re: Must Switch have an IP address?
grendel at interq.ad.jp
Fri May 4 06:29:54 MEST 2001
Well, with Cisco Catalysts at least, it's possible to cluster switches so
that you can assign a single IP address to a group of switches. Mind you I
don't know exactly how this would be done or what it would do to SNMP-based
data, I only know that it's possible.
Hope that serves as a hint at least,
GMO - http://www.gmo.co.jp/
Wes Owen wrote:
> I am reading though the new MRTG stuff (version 2.8.12 did not have this),
> and I'm seeing that you can run cfgmaker with --ifref=eth.
> I am wondering if there is any way under the sun I can get away with not
> assigning my switch an IP address, but yet still allowing MRTG to monitor
> its traffic? Is that possible at all? If so, how?
> Thanks in advance,
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