[mrtg] Re: Inwards traffic not correct

Jeroen Geusebroek Jeroen.Geusebroek at intellit.nl
Tue Oct 16 21:53:36 MEST 2001

>It could be that way.  Where is the In connected?  If it is to the
>it could be a sign that you are getting attacked, but your router 
>is somehow filtering everything.  If it is connected to your internal 
>network, you could be getting some chatty network nodes talking 
>to your router, but again, it is doing a good job of filtering

>How many interfaces are on the router?  It could be that the traffic 
>is coming in on that one interface, but going to other interfaces to 
>go out other interfaces, rather that right back out the same one that 
>all the traffic came in on.  

I really think the router's snmp is messing up; i just cleared my logs
for mrtg and started clean, and now it seems ok again. But still i'm
100% sure that there could never have been such amount of traffic..



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