*Mick* | 1 Jul 02:07 2000

MRTG for Gigaports


I have MRTG running on 3 foundry devices and it works beautifully except 
for one catch. It shows no values for the Gigaports. Has anyone had this 
problem before?
Mick Loflin	
Support Supervisor/System Engineer
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Hoomaan Naimi | 3 Jul 04:04 2000

Help with MAX TNT IDSL ports


Hi all,
I have a MAX TNT with 32 port  IDSL module. I have enabled SNMP on the
box.But "ifInOctets" and "ifOutOctets"
returned for these ports are always zero ( Despite The Ethernet
corresponding variables that are valid values).
Those anybody have a idea about the problem ?
Thanks in advance.

Best Regards
Hoomaan Naimi
Network Administrator
Afranet Co.

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kikino su sardu | 3 Jul 09:02 2000
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Re: MRTG for Gigaports


Hi
I have your same problem.
I think thats this problem can be fixed by RDTOOL but I have some problem in
a cfg files

There are anyone wich can help me ?
What is the cfg structure to run RDTOOL correctly?

Thanks
Sorry for my english
bye
kikino su sardu

----- Original Message -----
From: "*Mick*" <mick <at> bayou.com>
To: <mrtg <at> list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: 01 July, 2000 2:07
Subject: [mrtg] MRTG for Gigaports

>
> I have MRTG running on 3 foundry devices and it works beautifully except
> for one catch. It shows no values for the Gigaports. Has anyone had this
> problem before?
> Mick Loflin
> Support Supervisor/System Engineer
> ==================================================
> Bayou Internet          http://www.bayou.com
> Mississippi Internet    http://www.mississippi.net
> Vicksburg Online        http://www.vicksburg.com
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"Helmert, Jörg" | 3 Jul 10:06 2000
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Re: Help with MAX TNT IDSL ports


Hi,

first of all, I'm monitoring some MAX 6000. But I think 
implementation of SNMP will be the same on TNT's.

On our Ascend Routers (including Pipelines), an active 
Connection Profile is bound to a logical interface
(thats how I call it...). The logical interface is bound
to a physical one.
Unfortunately IfOctet Values only show up on the logical
ones.
Why unfortunately?
Oh, our MAX has listed 215 interfaces in the ifTable.
Almost 180 or so are logical ones. Everytime a connection
is made, a random logical interface is choosen...

If you search for Ascend on the list, you'll get many posts
which show resulting problems.

If you only want to sum up that values you can do that with
mrtg (some examples for P50 on the list. Will work for other
ascends to, but adding 180 interfaces might be somewhat too
much...).

Following are the logical interfaces I'm speaking of:
wanidle0: every inactive Connection Profile is bound to this
wanxxx: xxx = three digits; an active Profile will be bound 
        to one of them...

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Mr. Nobody | 3 Jul 12:23 2000
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Help!!! Traffic Graphic by Subnet or IP Address?!?


Dear Everyone,

   I'm sure someone along the lines has asked this question before. If some
one could find it in their hearts to help out a system admin that just got
out of surgery and is finding it difficult to sift through Cisco/MRTG docs at
the moment. :) 
    I have two subnets on one ethernet interface. Is there anyway to get
traffic readouts by subnet or by ip instead of via the hardware interface?
Any ideas?

Thank You In Advance,
Gabriel
ICU Call, Romania

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zeneca | 3 Jul 20:31 2000

Flatline in mrtg, I think it's calling rateup wrong


Hello --

Trying to monitor my Cisco 675 with MTRG 2.8.12.

Got it installed ok, I had to upgrade my 675 OS because MRTG was getting a
SNMP error "toobig". Now when it polls my 675 all it graphs is flatline
(zero). It doesn't even show the right IP address on the webpage it
generates (in the config file too). It's showing 10.0.0.1, and that's not
the IP address assigned to the ethernet port it's monitoring.

If I fire up SNMPc and poll the router and get the statistics for the
ethernet port (interface 1) I can see the correct info.

Read the FAQ, looked in the mailing list archives and didn't see anything
that could help.

I was doing a ps -ax on my linux box (that's where it's installed) and I
noted that it was calling rateup weird. It was like perl /usr/bin//rateup
<gobbly gook>. But I get no errors when I run ./mrtg mrtg.cfg in my /usr/bin
directory. Looking at the logfile that mrtg creates I'm getting all zeros in
the columns except for the first one (the timestamp one).

Any ideas? It looks cool, just if it would work that'd be great :)

Greg

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"Helmert, Jörg" | 3 Jul 23:10 2000
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Re: Help with MAX TNT IDSL ports


Hi,

don't know if it helps...

there is an application available called
NavisAccess.

Its available as standalone version and as
HPOv integrated version.

I have tested it as standalone only (not used
in production environment...).

Was too expensive for us.

bye,

 Joerg Helmert

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Zheng [mailto:zhengm2000 <at> yahoo.com]
Sent: Montag, 3. Juli 2000 23:00
To: Helmert,_Jrg; 'Hoomaan Naimi'; mrtg <at> list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: Re: [mrtg] Re: Help with MAX TNT IDSL ports

Hi, 
I have a related issue which you might have the answer
for it.
We were monitoring MAX 6000 and MAX 4000 boxes over a
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"Helmert, Jörg" | 3 Jul 23:14 2000
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Re: Help with MAX TNT IDSL ports


Sorry, too late in germany...

NavisAccess was from ascend. Now should be from lucent.

Demo was available at ftp.ascend.com/pub/software or so
should be still available at ftp.ascend.com...

bye,

 Joerg Helmert

-----Original Message-----
From: "Helmert, Jörg" [mailto:Joerg.Helmert <at> Computer-Partner.DE]
Sent: Montag, 3. Juli 2000 23:11
To: 'Mike Zheng'; mrtg <at> list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: [mrtg] Re: Help with MAX TNT IDSL ports

Hi,

don't know if it helps...

there is an application available called
NavisAccess.

Its available as standalone version and as
HPOv integrated version.

I have tested it as standalone only (not used
in production environment...).
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Jason Frisvold | 4 Jul 09:18 2000
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Referencing interfaces on Cisco's


Hi all,

	I have a need to manually create the .cfg files for mrtg.  I have a
full scripting system built for this purpose and it works great for ATM
switches and with routers provided it calls the cfgmaker program.  I will be
adding threshold checking in the next few days and because of this, I need
to create the .cfg files for the routers without the aid of cfgmaker.  How
do I reference the interface back to a number (eg. 4:foo <at> bar.com) so that
MRTG can properly retrieve the stats on that port.  For instance, is every
Ethernet0 mapped automatically to 3?  Is it per router type?  (ie. 7200 vs
4500)  Or is it by some sort of algorithm?  Any help on this would be much
appreciated.

Thanks,

---------------------------
Jason H. Frisvold
Head ATM Engineer
Engineering Dept.
Penteledata
friz <at> corp.ptd.net
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Luke Dudney | 4 Jul 09:24 2000
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Re: Referencing interfaces on Cisco's


Jason
Just do an snmpwalk on the interfaces of your router.
You'll get something like this:

interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.1 = "FastEthernet0/0"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.2 = "Serial1/0"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.3 = "Serial1/1"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.4 = "Serial1/2"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.5 = "Serial1/3"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.6 = "Ethernet2/0"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.7 = "Ethernet2/1"
interfaces.ifTable.ifEntry.ifDescr.8 = "Ethernet2/2"

i.e. interface 1 is FastEtheret0/0 etc.

Cheers
Luke

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason Frisvold [mailto:Jason.Frisvold <at> corp.ptd.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 04, 2000 3:19 PM
> To: mrtg <at> list.ee.ethz.ch
> Subject: [mrtg] Referencing interfaces on Cisco's
> 
> 
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> 	I have a need to manually create the .cfg files for 
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