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mrtg, snmp problem
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: mrtg, snmp problem
- From: Ben Bullock <bullock_(_at_)_toolcity_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 11:02:42 -0400
I'm trying to monitor traffic on a network interface (ep0) on an i386
OpenBSD-2.7 system using mrtg. The ucd-snmp port was marked as
broken, so I grabbed the ucd-snmp-4.1.2 tarball and compiled and
installed it. I installed mrtg from the ports. snmpd runs ok in the
background and I can do snmpwalks ok. But when I run mrtg's cfgmaker
I get a configuration file that contains this language regarding the
"This Interface not configured:"
"-has an unrealistic speed setting"
"It is commented out for this reason."
The config. file reports:
" #MaxBytes[obsd.3]: 0"
" #Title[obsd.3]: obsd () ep0"
I tried a different network card (ne0) and got the same results.
I'm thinking maybe this is relevant: The config.log file generated by
running ./configure prior to compiling ucd-snmp contains these
"checking for ifnet.if_speed"
"structure has no member named 'if_speed'"
Has anyone else had this difficulty? Any ideas on how to work around
this problem and create a valid mrtg config. file?
Thanks very much.