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Can anyone help me install snmp or install snmpd... I don't know what rpm's to use and to be quite honest how to use the rpm's properly. I am not sure what prerequisites i need for snmp or snmpd. All i want to do i be able to use snmp to monitor my ethernet bandwidth... I do not want to use any other software but snmp from a script that i have written... Can someone please help. I am a NEWBIE....
Gathering statistics on traffic is very nice and pretty simple when using something like Cacti. I'm using it here at a client site to monitor bandwidth utilization for our dual-T1, a dozen Win2k/NT servers, a dozen Netware 5.x/6.x servers, and a few other misc items. In addition to bandwidth, I'm also trending processor, memory, and drive/volume utilization.