[mrtg] Re: MRTG with ADSL
fcarreiro at loweryinc.com
Wed Jan 30 21:59:42 MET 2002
How about with a 675 or 678 Cisco ADSL router?
I have around 40 managed routers/switches running under MRTG at work for
about a year. The above Cisco routers on the other hand simply won't
respond to snmpwalk or snmpget. I'm thinking it must be something with
the setup or perhaps they simply don't support snmp.
Personally I find that hard to believe since snmp is an option in the CBOS.
Someday I'll get it running :-)
les jones wrote:
> if you're referring to targeting an ADSL modem, i'm not sure which
> modems allow snmp. The Cisco 675 allows snmp
> ( http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/pcat/675.htm ). If you're
> using a dsl modem and something like a LinkSys DSL Router, I think you
> can mrtg-up the Linksys router.
> we utilize a cisco 7206 atm router for both verizon and bell south
> adsl services. nothing else is on the router. i've just simply mrtg'd
> all the interfaces. the down side is if you have several hundred dsl
> interfaces, then the .cfg file is/can get rather cumbersome. dsl
> users, in some cases, switch providers on a regular basis trying to
> get the best deals or whatever, so remember, you'll have to re-up
> ./cfgmaker to account for the changes or manually comment them out.
> the really bad thing is with that many interfaces, you get tons/kilo's
> of files in a single directory and it gets hard to control.
> for just a simple parse of the router i use, ./cfgmaker --global
> "Options[_]: bits" string at xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx >> adsl.cfg,
> that grabs them all.
> good luck
> les @ mikrodata
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