[mrtg] Compiling multi node cfg for MRTG

Doan Nguyen doan_group at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 13 23:31:52 MET 2002

Hi all,

I've been evaluating MRTG for 3 days and figured out how to graph many snmp supported variables on windows or Cisco Routers.  I'm at the point where I want to migrate say 7 routers and 3 NT servers to be monitor.  Variables will include

cpu, memory, bandwidth, disk utiliz, etc.

I know that you can compile all your node and place it under one config file and have the indexmaker put all your devices and their associated components under one web page, however the result were like scramble eggs, all my devices were mixed up.


perl cfgmaker community at router1 community at router1 community at server1 --output devices.cfg

where the file devices.cfg will contain info for all of my routers and servers.  After running the indexmaker, the result web page will contain all my devices but they are all disorganize.

Is there a module for NT where it will help me sort out my items?  I've seen some sites on the web where they have all their servers and routers organized, and that's what i'm trying to do.  Thanks in advance.




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