How can I pull mrtg graphs from my Cisco switch and get them to display on the web?
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simple steps :
- correctly install the MRTG in the box
- make sure apache already installed and running
- do installation test using your own MRTG box
- activate SNMP host pointing to MRTG box, send traps, set community private/public on your switch <--- this is the most important step
- query the switch from your MRTG box - then compile it.
- check and recheck whether you want to use it as daemon.