Some quick steps (abbreviated to get you going) to install MRTG and SNMP on Win2k.
1- Start the SNMP service on Win2k. Or, if it is not installed,. then install it. it comes with the OS and it is an option in the control panel / add-remove programs / add-remove windows components / management and monitoring tools / simple network management protocol.
2- Install Active Perl - get it from http://www.activestate.com/Products/...id=ActivePerl.
3- Get and configure MRTG -
Download - http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/pub/
Get the latest .zip version.
Then configure using this:
When you run MRTG from the command line initially, you will give it the IP address of the interface for which you want to monitor bandwidth on. it will then create the config file that will run to generate the graphs on an ongoing basis. then run the command that makes it run as a service (daemon) all the time.
Make a virtual directory on IIS to point to the directory where the images and HTML files are created. Then browse to that site to see the graphs.