[mrtg] Re: what am I seeing
gabrielle.roth at xo.com
Fri Sep 21 16:38:18 MEST 2001
It depends on what you have mrtg set up to monitor. You can monitor the
machine mrtg is running on but it might not be very exciting. You probably
want to monitor a router or something that is actually passing network
Your questions lead me to think that you may have installed mrtg, but you
don't actually have it up and running yet, is that correct? The easiest
thing to do is just point cfgmaker at the router you want to monitor, then
use indexmaker to create a .html page of daily graphs.
Since you have a few days before you need to start, here's some leisure-time
reading for you:
And, of course, the "Unofficial FAQ" at http://faq.mrtg.org/.
If you can't find the answer to your questions there, ask back on the list
(after you've checked the archive, of course.) ;)
"Five out of four people have a problem with math."
>From: Greg Sarsons [mailto:gsarsons at home.com]
>Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 4:23 PM
>To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
>Subject: [mrtg] what am I seeing
>I've just installed mrtg and was curious about something. The machine
>that it is installed on will in a few days be used to look at networks
>traffic. Many articles have recommend using mrtg so I decided to give
>it a go.
>Now my question is this computer is on a subnet but is not used as a
>gateway, bridge, router etc. So my in and out on the stats
>from mrtg is
>only what is in and out from the machine it is running on or can it be
>the traffic passing by the machine on the network?
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