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  1. #1
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    MRTG + RRDTool Configs

    Hi,

    Just wondering if anyone has any RRDTool configs for calculating (and displaying with 14all.cgi) for:

    95th Percentile Display
    Actual Data Transfered in GB + Estimated transfers for the current month.

    Free would be good, but we are willing to part with a few $$ if needs be.

    Thank you,
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  2. #2
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    Hello,

    Wow, I was just about to post asking for this same thing, but saw your message! So, if anyone knows of any good tools for this, you'd be helping 2 of us out! (I too would be willing to part with some $$)...

    Thanks!

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    Count me in. I need some work of this sort done soon (must query Cisco 1924's, 2950's, and 2924's)... I've got $$. Let's pool resources and find a competent coder.

    Brandon

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    cperciva will prob contact you all as he has contact me and said that he can code the changes needed.

    Thanks,
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  5. #5
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    Hey guys, it would be great to pool our resources, so do you want to try to work out here what the exact specs are of what we need?

    I would love to get something together that would do the following:

    Client Front-end : Show Daily / Weekly / Monthly / Yearly mrtg graphs. Show current month-to-date actual transfer, and 95th percentile stats. Possibly a link to past-months stats

    Back-end: Automatically calculate 95th percentile for the month, actual transfer per day in GB, average Mbps for the day, and actual transfer for the month. Possibly be able to input the rate (either select 95th percentile or actual transfer) and show what the client will owe (if anything) above their monthly commitment.

    Basically what I am looking for is a complete bandwidth tracking solution with some very minor billing features integrated. I would want it to be able to track on a per-port basis from a Dell 3024.

    It really shouldn't be too hard... I think I could do it myself if I had the time and/or the patience.

    If you guys were thinking of something like the above, it would be great to work together on this. Just let me know!

    Thanks!

  6. #6
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    Additional MRTG help

    Also, looking for any guides on configuring so that
    I could receive an email when a mrtg graph reaches
    80% of max (or just a pre-set kbps).

    By the way, I am testing a program called IPSentry,
    that has an add-on which will read the <head> of
    an mrtg page and can evaluate based on threshholds.

    Dan

  7. #7
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    I'd be interesting in potentially pooling resources on this too Please PM me or email me if we can find someone to code this and move things along.
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  8. #8
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    The MRTG website has an excelent set of resources.

    You can find information about configuring it for 95% here

    http://www.seanadams.com/95/

    Actual transfer in gigabytes? All you'd have to do is create a script, import the MRTG log file, run through it and multiply all of the numbers by 300 (5 minutes * 60 seconds), and add 'em up. That should give you the actual amount of transfer (in bits. divide by 8 to get bytes).

    Hope that helps.

    - James

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    I'm interested in 95%tile and actual usage calculation for MRTG, please count me in to thanks
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