[mrtg] cfgmaker [_] naming question

Sean Cheesman scheesman at caeveo.com
Tue Oct 28 20:58:17 CET 2008

I would think you'd be better off using vi or a perl script to search/replace.  Are you talking about many separate IP changes, or just a few?  Any logic involved with replacement?  I mean, you mention loopback addresses.  Are they all, or are they different on each device?

On 10/28/08 3:35 PM, "Mersberger, Robert" <robert.mersberger at goldenliving.com> wrote:

I am looking at changing my target IP address and would like to be able to do this with cfgmaker but I only want to change the target and not have the new cfg result in the creation of new rrd files for the interfaces.

Is this possible with cfgmaker or would I have to edit my current cfg files and make the changes manually.

The current IP's that I use with cfgmaker are my loopback addresses and these are what I need to change.  The router Ip address is staying the same.

Here is a sample of that I would like to end up with in the cfg.

### Interface 1 >> Descr: 'Serial0/0/0' | Name: 'Se0/0/0' | Ip: '' | Eth: '' ###

                                                                                 This is all that I want changed.
Target[]: #Se0/0/0:yougeuess at
SetEnv[]: MRTG_INT_IP="" MRTG_INT_DESCR="Serial0/0/0"
MaxBytes[]: 192000
Title[]: Traffic Analysis for Se0/0/0 -- 08891FTSAR.beverlycorp.com
PageTop[]: <h1>Traffic Analysis for Se0/0/0 -- 08891FTSAR.beverlycorp.com</h1>
                <div id="sysdetails">
                                       <td>08891FTSAR.beverlycorp.com in </td>

Robert Mersberger
LAN Consultant, Information Technology
Phone 479-201-3442
Fax 479-478-3837
Email robert.mersberger at goldenliving.com
www.Goldenliving.com <file://www.Goldenliving.com>
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Fort Smith, AR 72919

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