[mrtg] Re: thresholds + sniffer
matt at inetdvd.com
Fri Nov 15 20:04:24 MET 2002
Im no "router guy," but if you are already monitoring a router, I am sure
that it can tell you how many connections there are with SNMP. Just gotta
get a program that will look at that OID and display it on a web page. Or
is this problem more complex... Am I missing something?
> I need to setup a threshold program to print the current connections on
> interface monitored when the threshold is broken.. (serial if connection
> How could I pull these stats without a sniffer (cant right?) or if with a
> sniffer, is there a *somewhat* common log I could pull this info from?
> (hoping I can just 'tail' the log)
> The desired result is: 80% or more breached an html page will show the
> connections at this point
> Any reference/resources appreciated!
> I am currently using win2000, but can setup a linux box for the sniffer if
> absolutely necassary..
> Edwin Slavin
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