[mrtg] Re: Example of use of ifref=name

Mike Wren mwren at burnsmcd.com
Wed Feb 19 00:16:13 MET 2003

I use the following command in my script the Catalyst 5500's:

perl /usr/bin/cfgmaker --no-down --ifref=name --ifdesc=descr \
    --global "PageTop[_]: <h1>Catalyst 5500 Switch</h1>" \
    --subdirs=HOSTNAME public at device

I use the following command in my script for the Catalyst 2924's:

perl /usr/bin/cfgmaker --no-down --ifref=name --ifdesc=alias \
    --global "PageTop[_]: <h1>Catalyst 2924 Switch</h1>" \
    --subdirs=HOSTNAME public at device

Michael Wren
Senior Network Analyst
Burns & McDonnell Engineering
P.O. Box 419173
Kansas City, MO 64141-6173
mwren at burnsmcd.com

>>> "Sergio Parroquin" <fp168f402 at sneakemail.com> 02/18/2003 4:07:00 PM

Does anyone has a working example of cfgmaker with the option
ifref=name on a Catalyst switch? I use the option but the interfaces
continue to show by snmp interface number.



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