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Old 04-01-2004, 05:56 AM   #1
tmakobu
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MRTG front ends


This is very frustrating! Ok, i need a cgi mrtg front-end that shows only one users graphs per page and is got lots of commas and question marks and other such characters on the URL space(so that the user cant go to the document root easily). I've been using routers2.cgi but it shows all devices(clients) on the left!
Anyone know any?
 
Old 02-04-2005, 09:15 AM   #2
MstrControl
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Hiding the routers list in Routers2cgi

Hi, I just read your post today (I know it is a little bit late ).

If I understand what you want you could edit the index.cgi fro Routers2CGI to hide the left menu and thus hiding your routers from users.

regards,

Paulo
 
  


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