[mrtg] Re: Graphing interface errors

MrPaul mrpaular at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 01:52:48 MEST 2006

On 6/22/06, mchandler at solutions.canon.com <mchandler at solutions.canon.com>
> Hi Scott,
> I've figured that much out.  You can specify by OID or by MIB Variable.
> For
> example, for Interface In Errors and Interface Out Errors, it'd be like
> this:
> Target[myrouter]:
> & at myrouter
> Target[myrouter]: ifInErrors.1&ifOutErrors.1:public at myrouter

 I would think the following would work fine but I haven't tested it.

Target[myrouter.errors]: ifInErrors.1&ifOutErrors.1:public at myrouter
Title[myrouter.errors]: Interface Errors
PageTop[myrouter.errors]: <H1>Interface Errors</H1>
MaxBytes[myrouter.errors]: 5000
YLegend[myrouter.errors]: Input Errors
LegendI[myrouter.errors]: In
Legend1[myrouter.errors]: Output Errors

What I would do is edit the default octect target and change it to be the
above target.  That should be fairly failsafe.


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