[mrtg] Re: Win2K Interface ID changes on reboot
Steve.Dowling at tafensw.edu.au
Wed May 16 07:24:10 MEST 2001
We've seen this on Windows NT4.0 servers. Sometimes, for perfmon objects,
the OID changes on a reboot. We never sorted it out, just gradually stopped
monitoring NT server performance. We _were_ hoping, though, that the move
to WIN2k would give us more stable OIDs.
Thanks for letting us know that even cisco did this, Daniel.
Do any of the winnt experts out there care to comment?
From: Fulton L. Preston Jr. [mailto:fulton at prestons.org]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 May 2001 13:54
To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: [mrtg] Win2K Interface ID changes on reboot
Anyone else seeing this? Everytime I reboot my Win2K Advanced Server
the ID number of the NIC changes and my logs/charts/images/etc.. fail to
work until I re-run cfgmaker and get the new ID.
It has become really annoying because I lose all history when this
I am running standard MS SNMP service for Win2K and using MRTG 2.9.6.
My interface ID changes from 127.0.0.1_33554436 to 127.0.0.1_16777220 on
my last reboot, WTF?
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