[mrtg] Re: Virtual interfaces of Cabletron SSR8600

Justin Shore listuser at neo.pittstate.edu
Wed Jun 12 19:02:11 MEST 2002

	I'm planning on buying a couple of these.  Given my past 
experience, I suspect that you should be able to monitor those 
virtual interfaces.  I recommend that you snmpwalk the router and 
look for either the specifc port number associated with that port or 
the text name for the port.  You should be able to graph it by that 


At 8:39 AM +1000 6/12/02, John Pavlakis wrote:
>The box is a Cabletron SSR8600!
>On the serial interface se2.1 there are several virtual interfaces for frame
>Has anyone done this on a Cabletron or can someone direct me in the right
>-----Original Message-----
>From: josecarlos at corenetworks.org [mailto:josecarlos at corenetworks.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 7:15 PM
>To: John Pavlakis
>Subject: Re: [mrtg] Virtual interfaces of Cabletron SSR8600
>May be imposible... depends of your hardware... Try to do a "netstat -i"
>in a UNIX box with virtual interfaces and you can see that is no
>information about the virtual interfaces.
>Jose Carlos.
>John Pavlakis wrote:
>>  Hi,
>>  I would like to graph the network traffic of the virtual interfaces of
>>  se2.1.
>>  The cfg file created via cfgmaker only graphs the se2.1 interface and not
>>  the virtual interfaces of se2.1.
>>  Can this be done? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
>  > John

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