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mrtg

The Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) is a tool to monitor the traffic load on network-links. MRTG generates HTML pages containing GIF/PNG images which provide a live visual representation of this traffic.

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  •  18 Feb 2011 15:15

    Release Notes: All open bugs were fixed. D-Link and WWP (Ciena) support was added for ifAlias OIDs in cfgmaker.

    •  15 Dec 2010 08:17

      Release Notes: Support for RRDcached was added. Cfgmaker can now deal with mixed v1/2/3 SNMP environments. Fixes were made for running mrtg in taintmode. Support for discovering Arista gear with cfgmaker was added.

      •  05 Jul 2010 07:48

        Release Notes: This version is compatible with perl 5.12. Failing taint checks were fixed. cfgmaker enhancements were made.

        •  17 Feb 2008 14:17

          Release Notes: Support was added for RRDtool based Holt-Winters aberrant behavior detection. Threshold based alerts have been enhanced to be able to fire based on the FAILURES RRA. Note that Holt-Winters aberrant behavior detection can only be enabled on newly created RRDs. Improvments were made to MIB parsing, threshold alerts, and more.

          •  29 Apr 2007 11:33

            Release Notes: SNMVv3 handling was improved. Support for SNMPv2/3 devices WITHOUT HC counters was added. Indexmaker parsing was made more robust. Netware support was updated.

            Recent comments

            25 Apr 2012 09:48 chandu144

            How can i get the source code for MRTG in perl using linux............

            27 Jul 2006 08:52 burly1

            frustration
            So i've got MRTG up and running and monitoring my networks routers, but a problem i have run into is that i will have about 4 duplicate graphs for each router interface and with 30 routers this leads to a hell of a long webpage that gets pretty confusing. anyone shared a similar experience or have any ideas. i do know that some of the interfaces i am monitoring are the outgoing segment interface (external) and incoming segment interface(internal) but on the same router. i don't know why that would create 4 graphs for each interface though.

            thousands of thanks in advance for any help or light anyone can shed.

            18 Feb 2001 00:48 tucker

            Re: Computone setup?

            >
            > % Has anyone rebuilt MRTG to work with
            > or
            > % seen MRTG work with a Computone
            > % PowerRack? I\'m in need of getting
            > it
            > % or something else just as good to
            > work
            > % with it. Any takers? Thanks.
            >
            >
            > I gave up with MRTG... I now use Big
            > Brother.. it's more applicable to what i
            > need (working, not, or attention
            > neded).. If you want to look
            > http://www.b4.com.
            >
            > I am not connected to Big Brother in
            > any way, just a happy user of their
            > product.
            >
            > Chris!!!

            Chris.... there are.. two complety..diferent// programs, i think big brother is dessigned to network monitoring and the mrtg is for measure, the charge or the traffic of your routers..
            ;o)

            17 Feb 2001 11:06 roundst

            Re: Computone setup?

            > Has anyone rebuilt MRTG to work with or
            > seen MRTG work with a Computone
            > PowerRack? I\'m in need of getting it
            > or something else just as good to work
            > with it. Any takers? Thanks.


            I gave up with MRTG... I now use Big Brother.. it's more applicable to what i need (working, not, or attention neded).. If you want to look http://www.b4.com.

            I am not connected to Big Brother in any way, just a happy user of their product.

            Chris!!!

            01 Feb 2001 19:31 rohan

            Re: Community variable

            > This is the second try when I want to
            > get this program a try but I can't set
            > up the mrtg.cfg file.
            > Can I use this program to measure the
            > load on my leased line and if so how do
            > I set up that file?
            > Thankx!


            Have you tried the config maker tool? It's located
            in /path/to/mrtg-x.x.x/ bin directory.

            The usage is cfgmaker public@yourhost
            yourhost.cfg (for example)

            I assume you've got snmp all set up correctly?

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