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Old 05-04-2009, 12:56 PM   #1
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How Configure MRTG to Monitor Network

Hello! every body, I would like to know how configure mrtg to monitor my
network. Plz anybody help me.
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have you run cfgmaker to generate a basic configuration ? That's really where you need to start.. well that and reading the UNIX mrtg guide which is pretty straight forward..
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Thank you for your nice informatiom about mrtg.


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