[mrtg] Re: Cisco Serial Subinterface
keith at mccallion.com
Fri Apr 4 01:26:48 MEST 2003
On 3 Apr 2003, Daniel J McDonald wrote:
> On Thu, 2003-04-03 at 15:38, Keith McCallion wrote:
> > It does not appear that Cisco Serial Subinterfaces have 64-bit counters
> > (at least in the code that I run).
> > It seems like a logical thing for MRTG to do is try the regular counters
> > if the 64-bit counters are undefined. I realize I could force MRTG to
> > use the regular counters by using SNMPv1, but I am generating this
> > configuration file automatically and would have to go through and
> > postparse it every time.
> Last time I tried, cfgmaker did automatically backoff to ifInOctets when
> IfHCInOctets was missing or obviously wrong. Are you generating this
> using cfgmaker, or with some other tool? Or has cfgmaker broken since I
> last installed mrtg (2.9.18)
You know something, I completely forgot that I was using a slightly
modified but very old version of cfgmaker. It looks like the latest
cfgmaker takes care of this.
Thanks for pointing out my mistake in such a graceful way. :)
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