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Old 06-15-2007, 08:41 AM   #1
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SNMP MRTG RRDTOOL Configu of CPU memory Disk Port data traffic doc traffic


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Well I want to configure SNMP, MRTG, RRDTOOL together to get the CPU, memory, disk, data traffic, Document traffic and port traffic on the remote server. Therefore how to do that with combining snmp mrtg and rrdtool.How to configure all of this for this requirement.
 
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Well I want to configure SNMP, MRTG, RRDTOOL together to get the CPU, memory, disk, data traffic, Document traffic and port traffic on the remote server. Therefore how to do that with combining snmp mrtg and rrdtool.How to configure all of this for this requirement.
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