[mrtg] sum two interfaces
gaurav at subisu.net.np
Tue Sep 18 12:50:38 CEST 2007
For more on the MRTG option and their detailed description please refer to
The most critical ones that you must have a knowledge of are
Legend and its peripherals,
I hope the Cfg you showed before will work.
Setenv are used to pass on any data kept there of to the other scripts.
> Dear Gaurav
> thanks for your help
> the following is the edited cfg file, upon your help.
> but I don't have any idea for the second
> please help me, about that too.
> Target[total]: 1:telegomema at 192.168.1.1 +
> 1:telegomema at 192.168.1.2
> SetEnv[total]: MRTG_INT_IP="192.168.1.1"
> MaxBytes[total]: 12500000
> --- Gaurav Ghimire <gaurav at subisu.net.np> wrote:
>> For this you can just use the target arithmetic.
>> for e.g,
>> Target[trafficsum]: 1:string at hostA: +
>> 1:string1 at hostB:
>> I hope this does your job.
>> > Dear
>> > we have 2 cisco routers, with a fastethernet0/0
>> > each of them.
>> > I want to have the sum of in/out of them, in the a
>> > same graph.
>> > Please Help me.
>> > Best
>> > Mani
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