[mrtg] Re: MRTG Problems with the Graphs
lars.holmstrom at flysta.net
Thu Jan 3 11:59:29 MET 2002
365 Mb ? Mbyte/MegaBit ?
An 16 bit SNMP counter rolls over at about 130 Mbps.
What you should look for is the number you get back from your target line to
see if they are reasonable or not.
What target are you monitoring ?
Chris Burton wrote:
> I am using MRTG 2.9.17 with RRDTool on a Win2k Server platform. With my
> installation of MRTG I seem have a problem with mrtg dropping off the graph
> when it gets up to around 365 Mb, the graphing dose not completely flat
> line, it just drops to show around 80 Mb and spikes around until traffic
> comes down to below around 365 Mb. It seems to me as if it is just hitting
> a limit to the reporting feature, I have tried to duplicate this on other
> ports that exceed 365 Mb/s and the same thing happens. Any help on this
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Chris Burton
> Network Engineer
> Disney Internet Group: Network Services
> chris.burton at dig.com
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