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Mrtg Router graphs ... question
Hi there, I have a linksys 4port router, for home networking use and i wanted to know if i is possible to have some sort of MRTG graph displaying the router's in and out traffic but im not sure if this is possible with a personal home linksys 4 port router. If anyone knows how this is possible or if this is possible could you please fill me in? Thank you very much for your time and help.
I would also like to know about that to so i can do it
You need to find our if the router supports SNMP. Might be an idea to post a model number if you can't work it out.
The routers models is the linsys BEFSR41 .... could someone please let me know asap and how this would work.. thanks alot
i have a DG834G is it possible with that
I also have a LinkSys Model:NR041 4 port Router.
Is there anything special i can do with that? lol
I believe the BEFSR41 does do SNMP.
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how would we go by setting this up ?
I have a SBG1000i router and would be interested to know if MRTG can be installed.
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If you are using windows, at the most basic level....
Install the latest version of perl, put the latest version of MRTG on your harddrive somewhere, then pull up a command prompt and type....
PATHTOPERL\perl.exe PATHTOMRTG\bin\cfgmaker [email protected]
If that gives you some output you will then have to follow the rest of the MRTG instructions.
will try it out and let you guys know how it went
does anyone know if this is still possible??
Sorry for bringing up such an old topic.
if your router does support SNMP then yes it is possible. You should check out your router's manufacturer web page and see if your model talks SNMP
if it doesnt not support SNMP is there another way to make maybe the computer talk or something ?