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If you use the Routers2 frontend for MRTG/RRD, then it comes with the ability to make a 4hour graph, if you are collecting data at 1min intervals. At standard resolution, 4h is the graph width with 1pixel per data point. You can enable this in the routers2.conf file.


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Since you are using MRTG with Routers2, there is a generic cfgmaker host template available at http://www.steveshipway.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=1616 which will automatically generate MRTG configurations for many things, including the storage OIDs. These take advantage of the Routers2 additional features to give you combination graphs. It should ...


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Rebooting the switches periodically is the wrong fix for this. Your real goal is to stop the devices from locking-up, not finding a way to reboot them remotely. I suggest upgrading the firmware for the switches. HP ProCurve 1810 switches were impacted by a bug that would cause them to stall and require a reset. IP Communication (CR_0000131152) - Some ...


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You're going to have to do a bit of configuration, but there is a guide here that should work for you (http://askaralikhan.blogspot.com/2010/12/receiving-snmp-traps-in-nagios.html). As long as you are comfortable getting snmptrapd up and running you shouldn't have any problems with following the guide.


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1) Yes, the object/value pairs in the PDUs are the OID and values. 2) MIBs typically split up into lots of chunks, each describing a different part of the tree. The management server will have a whole pile of MIBs, from the built in base ones defined in various RFCs, to any additional ones you supply from specific vendors you're interested in. It can then ...


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You need to install the SNMP Tools feature to get those tab pages, e.g. using the Powershell command Install-WindowsFeature RSAT-SNMP. Remember to restart the service manager before opening the properties page again.


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I suggest snmpd for linux clients and zenoss as a monitoring server, I used to work with it and they are awesome. you can try my script to basicly config your clients too #clone https://github.com/mrafieee/shell-scripts/blob/master/snmp-basic-config.sh #chmod +x snmp-basic-config.sh #sudo sh snmp-basic-config.sh 192.168.1.2 community-name ...



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