[mrtg] OID that MRTG is actually using when gathering bandwidth data - Cisco4506

Eric Brander mailinglists at rednarb.com
Mon Jun 11 16:08:27 CEST 2007

On 6/10/07, Thomas Olsen <thomas_olsen44 at hotmail.com> wrote:

>  BTW: These values are Octets. Can I use that value directly for graphing;
> meaning is 1 octet the same as 1 bit/s?
>  Thanks again.
>  /Thomas

1 octet = 8 bits =  1 byte. This is the number of bytes in total.

The /s calculated by the math you do between the first reading and the
second reading and dividing the difference by the polling interval.


Eric Brander

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