[mrtg] Re: MRTG Limitation

Brett Marler brett at asroma.homeip.net
Mon Feb 3 06:03:24 MET 2003


> Am planning to use MRTG to monitor errors, crc and discards on Cat2900 per 
> interface.  Now we have more than 150 24-port switches on the whole 
> network.  Can MRTG scale to this large number of objects to monitor? 
> Approx more than 3600 objects.  Thanks.
There should be no problems with MRTG monitoring that. At a previous place of 
employment, they have MRTG monitoring well over 400 routers for a large 
variety of statistics.

One thing you'd want to make sure is that your network can cope with the 
traffic. Sure, not a large amount of traffic but still a fairly substantial 

Brett Marler <brett at asroma.homeip.net>
WWW:	http://asroma.homeip.net/

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