[mrtg] snmp2 on windows2000

Dan O'Neill dano at atlasdmt.com
Tue Aug 20 20:40:25 MEST 2002

Hi there,

I'm trying to graph interface stats for some gigabit-attached Windows2000
machines and MRTG stops graphing their bandwidth when it exceeds 100Mbps.  I
am sure this is related to the 32-bit counter in snmp1 and the
double-rollover issue.  I have tried adding ":::::2" to the end of my target
definition in order to use SNMP v2 per some prior suggestions like so:

Target[sea1cr2]: / at

But I get the following error:

[root at gopher run]# ./mrtg cruncherhosts.cfg
ERROR: Target[sea1cr2][_IN_] ' $$target[2]{$mode} ' did not eval into
defined data
ERROR: Target[sea1cr2][_OUT_] ' $$target[2]{$mode} ' did not eval into
defined data
WARNING: Skipping Update of sea1cr2, inlast is not defined
WARNING: Skipping Update of sea1cr2, outlast is not defined

I can't find much in MS documentation on snmp2 support.  Does anyone have
MRTG successfully polling a w2k box using snmp v2?



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