[mrtg] Re: MRTG & VLANs

Leonard Miller Leonard_Miller at udlp.com
Thu Jun 26 18:00:17 MEST 2003

They say that is a limitation of the interconnection to the backplane and there
is no way to change that, so I never worried about it.  But if you do a "sh counter 4/1" or 
"sh port counters 4/1" you wont see any traffic.  I'm guessing your RSM is 4/1.

I guess i'll try just uncommenting the config and see what happens.


When all else fails, /etc/rc.d/init.d/lifed restart

>>> "Jim Witherell" <jwitherell at us.ibm.com> 06/26/03 10:05AM >>>

You could probably uncomment them, and then check out the resulting graphs
and see if they look realistic. I have RSMs too, but I haven't tried to
monitor them. I monitor the links on the Cat5500 in my case. Seems like you
would get good data, just as you would any other router.

Hey, maybe you know the answer to this: I have asked Cisco several times,
and no one seems to know the max throughput of the RSM. After digging
around and looking for something definitive, they always come back saying
that the SH PORT on the Catalyst 5500 indicates the trunk going to the RSM
says 400MB half duplex, so that must be the answer. Would you happen to
know otherwise, or where that max throughput figure may be defined?

Jim Witherell
Network Specialist                        --Live Intentionally--
IBM @ AK Steel Corp

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