[mrtg] Cisco 2610 Problems - Upgate

Matthew Halliday matthew.halliday at johnstonpress.co.uk
Thu Sep 19 14:06:19 MEST 2002

Guys - 

Thanks for all the advice.   I'm not very well up on snmp - we don't tend to
do much along those lines, untill now.  Had a major problem this morning in
that while delivering a new config to the router, it failed on a single
character right at the end, and I couldn't get back onto it to restore the
old one.  Had to edit the new one and send that again.  And as our vpn,
internet access and the group email (4-5000 accounts) use this router, I was
quite literally looking at having to find a new job if I couldn't get it
back up.  Quite scary really, but it's ok now, and what's more I now have
some very nice graphs!

Is there a way I can monitor multiple routers in the same config, I still
can't get it to run as a service under Win2k, and is there any similar
software that can monitor who is doing what?

This router is split into 3 channels, and I could do with monitoring each
one, cos the one used for browsing only slows to an impossible crawl each


Matthew Halliday
IT Systems Support
Johnston Accounting Centre

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