[mrtg] Re: mmonitoring individual IPs on CISCO 1720
matt at inetdvd.com
Mon Nov 18 23:17:35 MET 2002
Simply put, there is no automatic way you can do this using MRTG. All MRTG
does is send two numbers to a log file and calls rateup with takes that log
file and creates 4 graphs. No magic.
So you job is to find a way to get the numbers you need. If the router has
some way of giving you the numbers you need, then put those numbers into the
Target line of the .cfg and your graphs will be created.
I wish I could give you an idea on how to get the bandwidth from each IP,
but the only suggestion I would have would be to monitor the devices that
those IP's belong to.
----- Original Message -----
From: <joe at cedar.net>
To: <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2002 1:24 PM
Subject: [mrtg] mmonitoring individual IPs on CISCO 1720
> I have mrtg working on a Cisco 172 to monitor the T1 bandwidth
> running through its Se0 interface. I now need to expand this to
> monitir bandwidth broken down by IP--a total of eight IPs. It
> was suggested I could do this using MRTG and setting up filters
> on the Cisco to collect the data.
> Am I on the right track? Any suggestions for doing this would
> appreciated. I'll do my best to contribute to the list as I
> pursue this.
> CedarNet LLC
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