[mrtg] What Kinds of Things Will Always Be Zero on win98 and Linux Boxes?

Cliff cliff at acsalaska.net
Thu Feb 28 16:37:20 MET 2002

Hi folks

Got Bill's SNMP agent loaded on a win98 box.
Am successfully graphing traffic in and out.
For several reasons I need a seperate graph
of just the outgoing traffic on this win98 box.

I've supressed the in traffic with target noi.
But the seperate out traffic graph data gets pushed
down into the mud because the in traffic is still there
though it may not be shown in the graph due to target noi.

So I need to graph something that will always be zero
instead of ifInOctets.

Currently I'm using ipRoutingDiscards.0

Is there a better choice?
I'm concerned that it may not always be zero
if the win98 box can't route for whatever reason.

In general, what kinds of things are folks using
which are practically guaranteed to always be zero?

On a linux box - what kinds of things, if found to be
zero with Getif, can be practically guaranteed to always
stay at zero?

Thank you much.

Best regards,
 Cliff                          mailto:cliff at acsalaska.net

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