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Old 04-15-2006, 09:53 AM   #1
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Bandwidth for Single Network Card MRTG ?


I have a 733Mhz P3 server (192MB ram) Redat 9 Server, 100Mbit connection.

Now what I want to do is look where the traffic/bandwidth spikes, and how much of the pipe it is using!

So, if its only peaking at say 8mbit max, downgrade the connection from 100 to 10mbit. etc

However I am having a bit of difficulty. Im not sure how to get the graphs that MRTG produces.
I have Webmin installed, and MRTG webmin modules and RPMS installed, but still not sure how to get the graphs.

Here is the site

Any suggestions would be super.

Thank you
Old 04-15-2006, 03:12 PM   #2
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MRTG takes a little work to get set up. It works well once set up, but for a quick setup I'd try Cacti.


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