[mrtg] Re: Target with two different hosts

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Sat Oct 13 08:28:21 MEST 2001

Travis Dawson wrote:
> Hello all,
> 	Trying to find a way (other then custom rrd stuff) to get mrtg to graph 
> the cpu usage of two different routers on one graph. I believe that this is 
> not possible but I will give the maillist a try first to see if anyone got 
> it to work.
> Basically I want to do this
> Target[routers.cpu]:1.3.6.blah at community:router1&1.3.6 at community:router2

Just another variant on the "find yourself an OID that returns zero"
type of answer.

Solution #1:
   for OID2==zero:
   OID1&OID2:community at router1 + OID2&OID3:community at router2

Solution #2:
   Use the external program interface.

So it is possible.  You'll end up with OID1 at router1 as input and
OID3 at router2 as output.

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