[mrtg] Re: 10Gig Interface MaxBytes with Cfg

Daniel J McDonald dan.mcdonald at austinenergy.com
Fri Jul 14 17:07:44 MEST 2006

On Fri, 2006-07-14 at 10:32 -0400, Geba, Scott wrote:
> I have read through the manuals, and went back as far as I could with
> the list so I hope I didn't miss this. I'm using MRTG/RRDTool to graph
> some routers. Every one of my routers has numerous gige interfaces and
> at least 2 10Gigabit interfaces on them and active. Is there any way to
> have the correct MaxBytes associated to them automatically without
> having to go in and replace them in the cfg? I just started using MRTG
> and haven't gotten too deep into script creating or anything. 
> One more thing, I think I already know the answer, but I'll ask anyway,
> you can just ignore it... Quite a few of my routers have port channels
> with 3 10GigE links in them, is there a way to automate MaxBytes on
> these, or is find and replace my friend? Thanks in advance! 

cfgmaker should pick them up correctly if you use snmp v2 or v3.  What
are you seeing for maxbytes?  Does it match snmpwalk ifSpeed ?  If
ifSpeed is reporting incorrectly, then you can change that using the
bandwidth interface configuration command on the router and re-run

Daniel J McDonald, CCIE #2495, CNX, CISSP #78281
Austin Energy

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