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    mrtg configuration

    Hi,

    I have Nagios configured with MRTG which is working fine.

    What I would like to know is how to add an additional switch for monitoring.

    When I defined a new switch 172.16.90.250 it overwrote the existing switch 172.16.90.101

    Any advice appreciated.

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    Re: mrtg configuration

    Quote Originally Posted by Bevlar View Post
    Hi,

    I have Nagios configured with MRTG which is working fine.

    What I would like to know is how to add an additional switch for monitoring.

    When I defined a new switch 172.16.90.250 it overwrote the existing switch 172.16.90.101

    Any advice appreciated.
    http://nagios.sourceforge.net/docs/3...g-routers.html
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    Re: mrtg configuration

    Hi

    I'll try to be a little clearer.

    I want to monitor bandwidth usage on multiple switches.

    I have successfully setup the first switch localhost@172.16.90.201
    it has generated all the .png images and logs required by MRTG.

    I added the following to MRTG.cfg

    include: switch2.cfg

    This does not generate the .pngs and logs for switch2.cfg


    Any idea where i might be going wrong?

    I used this guide to configure MRTG
    http://linuxbasement.com/content/mrtg-ubuntu-server

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