[mrtg] outies and innies part II

Matt Katona mkatona at comwavz.com
Tue Jun 4 16:10:39 MEST 2002

Thanks to all that replied.

Next question. What about Cisco aironet devices?

They have two interfaces: e1 and d1

e1 is the Ethernet pointing to the switch (r1). Simple enough
d1 is the radio wave side of the device which clients are connecting to via 801.11b.

What I am seeing is this:
r1 shows a rate of: In: 72.6 kb/s & Out: 1151.3 kb/s
e1 shows a rate of: In: 1152.1 kb/s & Out: 77.7 kb/s
d1 shows a rate of: In: 83.3 kb/s & Out: 1139.6 kb/s

So does d1 represent the traffic from e1 or does it represent the traffic of the clients which are on the radio wave?
If the d1 is infact out to clients, then we have a case of a server fulling requests(blue line graph)? Does this sound correct?

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