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Hello. Have you looked at:
We use this to monitor traffic on a variety of network devices. I
also wrote some simple perl scripts to allow us to monitor such data on
NetBSD and FreeBSD machines. Traffic is monitored at an interface level,
including vlan interfaces. Our primary monitoring machine runs NetBSD.
On Jan 19, 7:18am, "Niels Dettenbach" wrote:
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} Subject: AW: Re: Monitoring bandwidth utilization with/on NetBSD
} Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 07:19:37 +0100
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} > nagios with net-snmp
} how does nagios byself do any BW graphing by snmp or any BW statistics =
} (i.e. over a given or even different timespans)? Nagios is a very (!) nice =
} alarming system but (without any extensions for this) producing graphs or =
} BW analysis seems not to be a main focus of that tool.
} Yes it may be possible to get and save the current traffic counters within =
} the nagios archive but there is no real graph unit within nagios which can =
} provide typical BW / traffic graphs (and the solution is usually very bad =
} for such graphing).
} Or did you mean any external nagios extension / plugin here - i.e. which =
} produces analysis from nagios archives or nagios mysql data? This would be =
} very interesting to me.
>-- End of excerpt from "Niels Dettenbach"
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