[mrtg] Re: Monitoring NT web servers
patrckb at hotmail.com
Tue May 8 15:40:41 MEST 2001
Maybe someone else has a better solution, but I don't think it will be easy
to there from here.
One option would be to use a hardware probe, such as a Network Associates
Sniffer. I haven't tried it myself, but there is probably a way to configure
a Sniffer so that you can get the information you need. The Sniffer would
have to see all the traffic that the Notes server sees in order to capture
what you want.
Another possibility would be to use Cisco router net flow information. This
is available on the newer releases of IOS. This would be sub-optimal because
it would only report on packets that were routed to that server from another
network. You can graph the net flow information using Dave Plonka's FlowScan
package. FlowScan is available at
Maybe someone else has better ideas?
Patrick Bartkus, CCNP Certified Sr. Network Support Analyst
Fleet Mortgage (soon to be Wash. Mutual) Columbia, SC
If truth was not absolute, how could there be justice?
Frank McQuaid wrote:
>I have check several web sites and ask around my area if anyone knows how
>or knows if anyone else has tried this.
>I want to monitor the Notes mail port 1352, port 25 simple mail transfer
>protocol, and port 80 the web traffic port.
>If it is even possible by using MRTG I would appreciate any info you
>could give me.
>Frank BCI NOC
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