[mrtg] Re: mrtg graph names are useless/switch issue?
peter_glanville at cuk.canon.co.uk
Mon Jul 29 10:31:58 MEST 2002
The final part is the interface number. You obviously have a stack of
101 is Unit 1, port 01
322 would be unit 3 port 22
'port' numbers above 25 are SLIP, trunks etc.
interfaces below 100 and above 1000 are things like VLANs
If you walk the MIB with a browser (using Getif or whatever), ifDescr in
the ifTable gives you the name which can help interpret what you want.
Network Analyst - ICtS, Canon UK
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the graphs which are created by mrtg are named with
addresses which don't help me. I believe this is due
to a switch and/or snmp issue, but need some help.
for instance, I have mrtg pointed at my 3com
superstack 3300 switch. it shows graphs for
192.168.4.11_101.html all the way to
192.168.4.11_441.html. obviously, my internal ip
address of my switch is 192.168.4.11. This naming
structure seems reminsent of NAT, but I am not sure.
I have specified "ifref=ip" in my cfg file, but I
really need a more descriptive way to view these
results. RIght now, I don't know what port is 101 or
441. Any ideas? Your help is greatly appreciated.
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