[mrtg] >> ??? <<

Rob Harris rharris at cidera.com
Tue May 22 15:07:32 MEST 2001


I have two boxes in an ip tunnel configuration that I need to
monitor. Here is my .cfg file.

#  for UNIX
WorkDir: /local/mrtg/tunnel

#  to get bits instead of bytes and graphs growing to the right
Options[_]: growright, bits, unknaszero

Target[in-fxp1]: 4:public at tunnel-in.dev.cidera.com
MaxBytes[in-fxp1]: 12500000
Title[in-fxp1]: tunnel-in (fxp1)
PageTop[in-fxp1]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for 4 -- tunnel-in</H1>

Target[in-enc1]: 12:public at tunnel-in.dev.cidera.com
MaxBytes[in-enc1]: 12500000
Title[in-enc1]: tunnel-in (enc1)
PageTop[in-enc1]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for 4 -- tunnel-in</H1>

Target[out-enc1]: 12:public at tunnel-out.dev.cidera.com
MaxBytes[out-enc1]: 12500000
Title[out-enc1]: tunnel-out (enc1)
PageTop[out-enc1]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for 4 -- tunnel-out</H1>

Target[out-fxp1]: 4:public at tunnel-out.dev.cidera.com
MaxBytes[out-fxp1]: 12500000
Title[out-fxp1]: tunnel-out (fxp1)
PageTop[out-fxp1]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for 4 -- tunnel-out</H1>

tunnel-in and tunnel-out are literally indentical machines minus the
hostname and IP address. (I duped tunnel-in's disk to make tunnel-out.)

When I run mrtg, I get the correct numbers for tunnel-in, but do not for
tunnel-out and this is sent to STDOUT/ERR:

>>public at tunnel-out.dev.cidera.com<<

What does this mean?

Rob Harris	8037 Laurel Lakes Court, Laurel MD 	301.598.0500 x2236
Cidera, Inc. 		rharris at cidera.com		fax: 301.598.0837
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