[mrtg] Re: DLCI and ATM speeds

Rich Adamson radamson at routers.com
Thu May 2 22:50:46 MEST 2002

Bay and Cisco routers do not provide actual circuit speeds, however
both provide a configuration option that allows you to specify this
(which then can be polled via snmp). On Cisco routers, use the 
"bandwidth 1.544" or similar statement at the Interface level. On
Bay routers, use Site Manager to specify the value.

Or, set a static value within mrtg and don't bother to poll it.
> I have a large DLCI and ATM population on my network.  MRTG does not 
> seem to be able to consistently find the correct circuit speeds for 
> these 2 types of interfaces.  Has anyone else had similar experiences 
> with virtual ports, if so how did you correct the circuit speeds. 
>  Thanks in advance.

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