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Old 03-25-2009, 04:36 AM   #1
i_nomad
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Nagios bandwidth trend analysis


Hi Guys,

I would like to monitor network bandwidth activity/trends/averages etc. I need to be able produce graphs and be able to pull off data if possible. The key for me is flexibility to produce reports.

I want to use Nagios to do this. I am thinking of going with pnp4nagios and check_snmp_int plugin. Is pnp4nagios appropriate for trend analysis and producing reports like this?

I am aware of cacti and like csv export faciltiy and would like similar functionality in Nagios. Any ideas/pros/cons of using Nagios vs Cacti or anything else achieve this?

Regards

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