[mrtg] Scaling The Graphs For More Meaningful Results

Barber, Erik A. Barber.Erik at mayo.edu
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[mailto:mrtg-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch] On Behalf Of Travis Rabe
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Subject: [mrtg] Scaling The Graphs For More Meaningful Results


I use MRTG on the three interfaces of my firewall.  I have a WAN, DMA
LAN.  The WAN interface has a max speed of 1Mbps and while the LAN and
have a max speed og 100Mbps.  When my T1 is maxed out it would be nice
see which interface is using the bandwidth; however, when I look at the
graphs for the LAN and the DMZ, they both scale so large that 1Mbs is a
little bump so I cannot determine anything of any value.  My question
is, is
there anyway to scale an interface exponentially or in some other
fashion to
make these more useful when comparing interfaces with different maximum


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