[mrtg] target evaluated to xxx instead of a number

Paul Kelly paul at 2mnetworks.com
Wed May 30 01:23:16 CEST 2007

I'm trying to run a very small mrtg config to monitor the SNR on my cisco 1721, but everytime i run mrtg i get the following error
ERROR: Target[snr][_in_] '. $target->[0]{$mode}' evaluated to ' xxxxxxx' instead of a number
ERROR: Target[snr][_out_] '. $target->[0]{$mode}' evaluated to ' xxxxxxx' instead of a number
Where 'xxxxxxx' are just symbols, smiley face etc.
This is the config i am using :
EnableIPv6: no
WorkDir: c:\mrtgweb
Target[snr]:. at
Title[snr]: Cisco 1700 - SNR Analysis
Background[snr]: #ffffff
PageTop[snr]: <H1>Cisco 1700 - SNR Analysis</H1>
WithPeak[snr]: wmy
XSize[snr]: 500
YSize[snr]: 200
MaxBytes[snr]: 200000
Options[snr]: gauge, growright, nopercent
YLegend[snr]: SNR Value
ShortLegend[snr]: SNR
Legend1[snr]: Average
Legend3[snr]: Maximum
LegendI[snr]: &nbsp;Local SNR:
LegendO[snr]: &nbsp;Remote SNR:

As far as i can tell, i am using the correct oid according to
Can anybody shed any light on this?
Thanks in advance for any help.
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