[mrtg] graphing the total of byte in bytes out for an interface
mark.rich at eds.com
Fri Nov 15 15:19:01 MET 2002
I've really enjoyed my mrtg experience so far- I'm fairly new at it.
I've been reading through the FAQ's and lists to try to figure out how I can
produce a graph that shows me the TOTAL use, both in and out summed up as
one value. I've found some vague references to it being a matter of simply
adding the reverse of an interface to a new target called total- I've tried
a few different syntax, but can't seem to get it to work- can anyone offer
given the following from my .cfg file, what would be the syntax to graph the
total use of this interface on my cisco switch?
### Interface 25 >> Descr: 'FastEthernet0/24' | Name: 'Fa0/24' | Ip: '' |
Eth: '00-06-53-17-3e-98' ###
Target[xxx.xxx.207.252_25]: 25:read at xxx.xxx.207.252:
SetEnv[xxx.xxx.207.252_25]: MRTG_INT_IP="" MRTG_INT_DESCR="FastEthernet0/24"
Title[xxx.xxx.207.252_25]: Traffic Analysis for 25 -- osdc-web-crsw14
PageTop[xxx.xxx.207.252_25]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for 25 --
<TR><TD>Description:</TD><TD>FastEthernet0/24 to osdc-web-crsw13 (ICN rm
<TR><TD>ifType:</TD> <TD>ethernetCsmacd (6)</TD></TR>
<TR><TD>Max Speed:</TD> <TD>12.5 MBytes/s</TD></TR>
Thanks in Advance,
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