Package mrtg

Multi Router Traffic Grapher

The Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) is a tool to monitor the traffic
load on network-links. MRTG generates HTML pages containing PNG
images which provide a LIVE visual representation of this traffic.

General Commands (Section 1)
Cfgmaker creates MRTG configuration files based on information pulled from a router or another SNMP manageable device. [community@]router Community is the...
Indexmaker can create web pages which display the status of an array of mrtg interface status pages.
The Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) is a tool to monitor the traffic load on network links. MRTG generates HTML pages containing PNG images which provide a...
If you have written an extension to mrtg or created a bug fix, please consider contributing it to the project. As I get quite a number of contributions every...
MRTG seems to raise a lot of questions. There are a number of resources apart from the documentation where you can find help for mrtg.
There is a lot of written documentation for mrtg, but nevertheless you may have a problem where you can't find the solution. In this case some Human Help may be...
MRTG and cfgmaker support SNMP over IPv6. IPv6 targets can be specified by hostname or IPv6 address, and if the required libraries are present (see below)...
MRTG_lib is part of MRTG, the Multi Router Traffic Grapher. It was separated from MRTG to allow other programs to easily use the same config files. The main...
The logfile consists of two main sections.
This File Contains a collection of interesting MIB Entries ... mrtg knows about their names ... depending on the ASN.1 Syntax you may have to put gauge into the...
Installing MRTG on a Windows box is not quite as "click and point" as some might want it to be. But then again, it is not all that difficult if you follow the...
MRTG is a relative newcomer to the NetWare platform.
The runtime behaviour of MRTG is governed by a configuration file. Run-of-the-mill configuration files can be generated with cfgmaker. (Check cfgmaker). But for...
After using MRTG for some time you may find some limitations, mostly in the areas of performance and graphing flexibility. These are exactly the areas addressed...
Squid 2.3 knows SNMP and you can therefore use mrtg to monitor it quite easily. I have made some modifications to mrtg which simplify this. My work is based on...
MRTG comes to you in Source Code. This means that you have to compile parts of it before you can use it on a Unix machine. These instructions help you to do so.
If you want people to actually see the results of your network monitoring efforts you will need a webserver. This document lists some configuration hints for...