[mrtg] Re: Class Based Queue

Peter Barton pbarton at bbnow.com
Fri Feb 1 15:17:54 MET 2002

Paul wrote:
> So you want inbound of router 1 and inbound of router 2 on one graph?
> Same for router 2?  Do you want router 1 to be blue and router 2 to
> be green?
> Or, is router 1 handling all inbound and router 2 handling
> all outbound?
> I'm confused...
> Or, should it be like this?
> Target[cbq.5.user]: OID1&OID2:public at router1 +
> OID3&OID4:public at router2
> This will give you all inbound for green and outbound for blue.
> Paul
I actually want inbound from router1 graphed green and outbound for router1
graphed blue.  However, the way the CBQs are handled by mrtg the inbound and
outbound are on separate CBQs and OIDs and in turn on seperate graphs.

Target[cbq.5.user]: OID1&OID2:public at router1 + OID3&OID4:public at router1
This statement will not give me what I am seeking.  It will only give me the
aggregate of traffic from both the inbound and outbound.

Any other help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Peter Barton

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