[mrtg] Re: What do these lines in a .cfg file mean?

David Sawyer david.sawyer at uk.mckhboc.com
Thu May 10 17:06:20 MEST 2001

Did you try...

&\FastEthernet0/0:public at  =  locIfInCRC  =  locIfResets



> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Tim Sheets [SMTP:TSheets at Illinois.net]
> Sent:	Thursday, May 10, 2001 3:54 PM
> To:	mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
> Subject:	[mrtg] What do these lines in a .cfg file mean?
> Using the command line of:
> # Created by 
> # cfgmaker --global 'Options[_]: growright,Bits,Unscaled' --ifref=descr
> --ifdesc=alias --output qbtc-i2.cfg public at
> I get a .cfg file that has the following for each interface (some
> commented,
> some not of course)
> # Target[]:
> \FastEthernet0/0:public at
> # SetEnv[]: MRTG_INT_IP=""
> MRTG_INT_DESCR="FastEthernet0/0"
> This is a standard graph for line utilization.
> My question is regarding the \FastEthernet0/0: part...my assumption is
> that
> since it isn't specified otherwise, it is going to graph the line
> utilization....is there a way to specify another OID that would use the
> \FastEthernet0/0: as the instance?
> If I am to explicitly specify the OID, then I have to supply the instance
> right?  Well that's fine for a system OID like CPU Util, but what about
> each
> instance like interfaces (that can change as int's are added or removed)?
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