MRTG for linux and windows setup

What is MRTG?

The MRTG is Multi Router Traffic Grapher a tool to monitor the traffic load on network-links. Linux MRTG generates HTML pages containing graphical images which provide a LIVE visual representation of this traffic. Check mrtg protocol for order MRTG setup for your servers. MRTG is based on Perl and C and works under UNIX and Windows NT. MRTG is being successfully used on many sites around the net.

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What is NEW - The MRTG CHANGES file will give you all the details.

Changes 2.10.15, 2004-08-08

From: NormW
* patches for netware support

From: Tobi
* the optional Conversion function wants to have the original
data pulled in via snmp to work with, mapping \n and \r to nothing
and stripping spaces must happen later.
* better error message for missing library
* Updated to snmp_session 1.05

From: Fuminori -Tany- Tanizaki
* fix for cuin and cout values saved in html comments

From: Tom Pala
* fix for polish translation

From: Georgi Georgiev
* nodetach option for running mrtg under daemontools

From: Jozsef Szilagyi
* fixed indexmaker. added missing last for --section=portname code

From: Bartosz Kwitniewski
* fixed scaling bug in rateup (unsigned long) should have been long long

From: Mike Mitchell
* fix indexmaker when used with 14all


MRTG consists of a Perl script which uses SNMP to read the traffic counters of your routers and a fast C program which logs the traffic data and creates beautiful graphs representing the traffic on the monitored network connection. These graphs are embedded into webpages which can be viewed from any modern Web-browser.

In addition to a detailed daily view, MRTG also creates visual representations of the traffic seen during the last seven days, the last five weeks and the last twelve months. This is possible because MRTG keeps a log of all the data it has pulled from the router. This log is automatically consolidated so that it does not grow over time, but still contains all the relevant data for all the traffic seen over the last two years. This is all performed in an efficient manner. Therefore you can monitor 200 or more network links from any halfway decent UNIX box.

MRTG network bandwidth is not limited to monitoring traffic, though. It is possible to monitor any SNMP variable you choose. You can even use an external program to gather the data which should be monitored via MRTG. People are using MRTG, to monitor things such as System Load, Login Sessions, Modem availability and more. MRTG even allows you to accumulate two or more data sources into a single graph.

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