Noel Gabriel | 1 Sep 03:23 2000

statistic of async ports.


Hi to all:

anyone can help me monitor the statistics of my active async ports in my
cisco3640 at any given time. what OID do I need to get the data from my
3640.

any info is highly appreciated.

thanks,

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Keith Woodworth | 1 Sep 05:46 2000
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Line rates.


Been using MRTG v2.8 for the last while to monitor bandwidth on a couple
of servers and one T1. Recently started to look at a partial T3 (15Mbit)
line that we have coming into a fast ether port on a Cat5500 from a 7200.

Ive had to reverse the in-out mapping to show the traffic the right way in
the graph. But I do have a question with the speed the gragh is showing vs
acutal throughput of the line as shown by a:

sho int vlan <vlan#>

on the switch.

MRTG is reporting generally a higher bit rate than acutally seeing what is
passing on that port.

I have MaxBytes set to 1875000 to reflect the 15 Mbit line speed and have
the gragh to disply in bits.

For example right now the graph just updated and is showing 2.9 kb/s of
traffic coming into the port. Yet when I look at the port on the switch
directly doing a sho int I saw just over 1404000 bits/sec input and 189600
bit/sec outgoing. 

Is this something that MRTG does? Which is the true rate? I would assume
the data I'm seeing right on the port is the correct one and not MRTG's.

The T1 I graph is correct within a few % points as the provider of it has
MRTG setup also to graph the link so I contribute that difference to their
version of MRTG (2.5.3) and they map it to 1000 bit/sec and I graph it to
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Thomas Ellwanger | 1 Sep 11:29 2000
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Patrol MIB Info


Hello,

i need to monitor some Patrol MIB Variables.
can somebody tell me where i find the Parol.mib Files.
The download area at bmc needs an passsword (i dont have one).

Any help is welcome
Thomas

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How many interfaces?


Hi, you all!

I´m using MRTG 2.9.23 (beta version).

How many interfaces can be monitored by MRTG (interval
= 50 minutes) without having problems?
I´ve read once it´s about 50 interfaces, but i´m not sure.

Thanks!

Mario Jorge.

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SNMP OID - monitoring Cisco Switch Catalyst


Hi!
I´m using MRTG 2.9.23 (beta version).

I´ve read in nt-guide.html that the OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.1.58.0
is the OID for monitoring CPU LOAD in a Cisco Catalyst.
But using HP Openview i´ve found that the OID for CPU LOAD is
1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.1.58 (the same, without the last zero).

Does anybody can explain that for me?

Thank you all!

[ ]´s,
major.

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Drew Sanford | 1 Sep 18:09 2000

Moving machines - how would it work?


If I moved a set of machines, and nothing about the machines changes
except the IP addresses, can I just change the IP addresses in the
mrtg.cfg file and still have everything (ie web pages etc) work?

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Stieers, Ken | 1 Sep 18:09 2000

Re: Moving machines - how would it work?


Yes.  In fact, if the target lines point at names instead of IP, and the
names continue to resolve to the proper machines (ie. you update DNS, WINS,
whatever), the only thing that wouldn't be "right" would be the text in the
PageTop tag.  MRTG should just keep going without knowing the server moved. 

Ken 

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> except the IP addresses, can I just change the IP addresses in the
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Patrick Bartkus | 1 Sep 19:55 2000
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Organizing Targets


Newbie question (extra grace requested <G>).

I have gotten MRTG  mrtg-2.9.0pre23 installed & running. I read about 
cfgmaker and created a config for one router. What wasn't documented was 
that when you run cfgmaker again, it wipes out your first run if you give it 
the same config file name (mrtg.cfg). Oh well...

My question is that I have devices (targets) in 5 cities that I would like 
to monitor ( 7 routers and as many Cisco switches). I can't find any hints 
as to how to organize them. Do I use cfgmaker into seperate files and then 
cat them all together? How do I organize the log, etc files? I would think I 
would want to put them in seperate directories.

How do others do this?

Do you create directories for each target within directories for each city? 
Do you have seperate *.cfg files for each target? city?

When reading about indexmaker, it doesn't mention any capability to set up 
indexes per directory.

Anyway, I was just wondering how others handle their MRTG site organization.

Patrick
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Keith Kruepke | 1 Sep 20:21 2000

Re: Organizing Targets


Patrick,

I for one never use the cfgmaker output unmodified.  I usually just use cfgmaker to get a config for a router,
and then I paste in the useful lines to a master config file.  Usually there are parts I wish to change anyway,
such as the PageTop[] information.

I run just one .cfg file.  I put each city in a separate directory, using the Directory[] configuration line. 
Multiple routers from the same city go to the same directory.  I also make sure to name the files (which means
changing the target name that appears in the []'s) in a way that makes sense, if the cfgmaker name is not the
best for a certain target.

In my case, I do not monitor every interface of every router.  I just focus on the WAN links (LAN stats are not
nearly as interesting in most cases), and usually I will only monitor one router of the two that are
connected to a particular link.  Sometimes this would be desired, but in my case, it is not.

I use the following options line to apply to ALL targets:

    Options[_]: bits, growright

These are just my preferences, so you can take them or leave them.

Regards,
Keith

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Jim Williams | 1 Sep 20:27 2000

Unable to monitor ports on a Cisco 3548 Switch

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After making the config file, some of the ports are commented out with speed
errors.  Even if I uncomment these lines, I never get any graphs from these
interfaces.  It does correspond with interfaces which are not up at the time
cfgmaker was run.

Does anyone know how I can get to monitor these ports?

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