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Old 05-28-2007, 04:03 AM   #1
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Trouble setting up MRTG

Hi All,

It me again.

I have installed MRTG in a fedora machine to monitor the traffic of all the systems in our company network, which includes the windows machine also. The graph for linux machines are displayed without any problem. The problem is, i have created the cfg files for windows machine using cfgmaker command. It didn't show any error and also i included that cfg file when i executed the indexmaker command. But, the graph for windows machines is not getting displayed in that page.

I tested SMTP service in the windows machine, and its up and running smoothly. Also, i am getting the output when i run the snmpwalk query. Is there any additional argument to be passed in the cfgmaker command for windows machines? This is what i gave to get the cfg file.

cfgmaker --output=/etc/mrtg/192.168.160.cfg --global "workdir: /var/www/mrtg" -ifref=ip --global 'options[_]: growright,bits' zerosixun@

Please advice. Your help is much appreciated. Looking forward to hear from you.



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