HUM 1.0 MRTG My Portal

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Oct 8th, 2008

Hi,

I would like to view on my LMS 3.0 portal the HUM version of MRTG so that we have a visibility of the current HUB router Internet utilization. Is there a way to enable this on the private portal so we can see it on the big screen?

Also, if this is possible, instead of percentage for Y-axis, can we view bandwidth usage instead?

Thanks

Peter

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 8 years 4 months ago

The Interface Utilization template breaks utilization down to a percentage of total bandwidth. You could create a template for locIfInBitsSec and locIfOutBitSec, then use the HistoGraphIt portlet to graph those objects. However, this graph would not appear on the portal. This would be the closest to an MRTG-like graph.

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Joe Clarke Wed, 10/08/2008 - 20:16

The Interface Utilization template breaks utilization down to a percentage of total bandwidth. You could create a template for locIfInBitsSec and locIfOutBitSec, then use the HistoGraphIt portlet to graph those objects. However, this graph would not appear on the portal. This would be the closest to an MRTG-like graph.

Peter Valdes Wed, 10/08/2008 - 20:53

Hi jclarke,

Thanks for the reply. The MIB for locIfInBitsSec and locIfOutBitSec are not available on MIB Variables in HUM 1.0 when creating under Template Management.

Joe Clarke Wed, 10/08/2008 - 21:05

No. You will need to load the OLD-CISCO-INTERFACES-MIB into HUM to get those objects.

Peter Valdes Wed, 10/08/2008 - 22:53

Hi jclarke,

The new MIB works. Like you said, I still have to use Histo Graph It when I want to see the current usage.

Will HUM 1.1 have this functionality or will it be similar to my demo HUM 1.0?

Joe Clarke Thu, 10/09/2008 - 07:06

No, HUM 1.1 still requires one to use the HistoGrahpIt portlet.

Peter Valdes Tue, 10/14/2008 - 15:13

Hi jclarke,

Last questions about this topic...

The MIBs I have using locIfInBitsSec shows 9 available instances, could you please provide links of the meaning per instances?

Each shows different graphs and some none.

Thanks

Peter

Joe Clarke Tue, 10/14/2008 - 16:52

Each instance corresponds to an interface. The number is the ifIndex. You can use the command "show snmp mib ifmib ifindex" to get a list of interfaces and their ifIndex values.

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