[rrd-users] Re: Can any one help me !

assakhof assakhof at mimos.my
Thu Oct 26 03:27:24 MEST 2000

At 06:24 PM 10/25/2000 +0200, Palmans Pepijn wrote:

>I think you can do this by query'ing your switches on the lan.
>prolly the most easiest way also :)

Yes, I agree. If your're using cisco or juniper you may also enable NetFlow 
at your T3 interface and plot it using RRD .



>kind regards,
>Pepijn Palmans
>Kangaroot CTO
>On Wed, 25 Oct 2000, Ravikanth Batchu wrote:
> > Hi I have installed MRTG to monitor our T3 line,
> > this is doing fine,
> > but is there any way in which i can get which system in my local lan is
> > using more bandwidth of the T3.
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