[mrtg] Re: Graphing Pings to router

Mike Wren mwren at burnsmcd.com
Mon Feb 17 18:43:05 MET 2003

I would think that this would be normal.  If someone pings the interface
address it would only go the one router.  If they ping the standby
address is would still only go to one router, the active router.  I do
not think that there is a specific maxbytes for pings.  I picked
100,000,000 assuming that it would never go that high.

>>> "Samson Martinez" <smartine at motive.com> 02/17/2003 11:01:50 AM >>>

I actually got it to work by removing the "gauge" option and now I'm
seeing about 6k pings per 5 minutes and that seems legit. However, I
have encountered something interesting. The second router, which is an
HSRP peer to this one and pretty much with an identical config, is not
giving any data on the graphs. Neither the graphic or the text is
showing data.

I walked the oid and it's functional but the only difference is the
quantity of pings to this router. This one is getting hit about 45 times
a minute as opposed to the thousands per minute on the 1st router. 

I tried searching through the docs and search engines for how to
determine the maxbytes but can't figure it out.

Can anyone assist?



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