[mrtg] Re: Cisco Mib Problem

Daniel J McDonald dmcdonald at digicontech.com
Mon Oct 1 17:12:57 MEST 2001

If you are using 802.1Q tagged sub-interfaces, there is no hope in the foreseeable future.

If you are using ISL tagged sub-interfaces, upgrade to 12.1.9E or 12.2.x
Support for ISL tagged sub-interfaces was added in 12.1.5aE, and 12.1.3T

Daniel J McDonald, CCIE 2495, CNX
Principal Network Specialist
Digicon Technologies

Digicon, a Cisco Partner, Silver Certified.

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Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 9:57 AM
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Subject: [mrtg] Cisco Mib Problem

Greetings all,

	I’m currently writing a custom graphing solution for our enterprise
network and I’ve run into a bit of a snafu.  I wonder if one of the gurus
here may have an answer for me..  ☺

	Given a Cisco router (In this case, a 7200), I have several
interfaces on it.  On this particular router, we needed to use tagging to
break the FastEthernet into several subinterfaces.  I want to be able to
graph traffic, errors, and a host of other things for these subinterfaces.
How do I generate a mib address for these interfaces?  If I use ifDesc, the
subs aren’t listed.  The only way I’ve been able to do it thus far is to use
the / notation in mrtg.  (ie, ifInOctets/

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