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Old 09-08-2007, 01:53 AM   #1
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I make a new MRTG for my router, There are two problems now, 1st graph run from right to left buat i want move from left to right, 2nd My bandwidth is 1 MB but in graph shown 96 KB, how to solve these problems please help me.
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problem 1: I think, there is no solution. Graphes will be printed from left to right.
problem 2: The graph is fitted to the best resolution, if you avg. traffic is about 96kB, this may be okay. Or maybe you have a scaling problem (avg. per second / sum of 10 sec.)?
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Take a look at this MRTG installation guide at the configuration part.
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Originally Posted by traene View Post
problem 1: I think, there is no solution. Graphes will be printed from left to right.
No, there is. Take a look at the MRTG configuration reference.



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