[mrtg] Re: Graphing Pings to router

Mike Wren mwren at burnsmcd.com
Mon Feb 17 15:30:55 MET 2003

You need to have the instance number on the OID's.  They should be:

Target[router_icmp]: at router:

>>> "Samson Martinez" <smartine at motive.com> 02/14/2003 2:11:54 PM >>>


I'm trying to track ICMP traffic to a Cisco 7204VXR. I have the
OIDs and what I thought should be a working config (shown below).
routers are currently experiencing a ton of ICMP echos (long story and
they are valid) but the graph only shows a MAX of 1. I know I'm
something. Any ideas? Again, here's the config minus all the html




Target[router_icmp]: at router:
Directory[router_icmp]: icmp-stats
YLegend[router_icmp]: ICMP Total Packets
ShortLegend[router_icmp]: icmp
MaxBytes[router_icmp]: 1000000000
AbsMax[router_icmp]: 1000000000
Options[router_icmp]: growright, nopercent, gauge
Title[router_icmp]: router ICMP Stats
Legend1[router_icmp]: Inbound ICMP Packets (all)
Legend2[router_icmp]: Inbound ICMP Packets (PING only)
LegendI[router_icmp]: All
LegendO[router_icmp]: Ping

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