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Ciscoworks 2000 and graphs

Hi,

I'm trying to get some network stats., nice ones though. I went into ciscoview and that enable you to monitor one device and gives you a graph of TCP, UDP, etc packets, but I haven't found a way to do that for several switches at once. I know you can hold down control and monitor several, but then it only gives it to you in a table format. Anyone know how to get some nice (or even not so nice) graphs of what's going on on the network?

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Re: Ciscoworks 2000 and graphs

You may want to look at the graphs in nGenius RTM which comes in the CiscoWorks2000 bundle. Without any probes you only get data-link information though.

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Re: Ciscoworks 2000 and graphs

A two word answer for all your graphing needs

"Download MRTG"

Regards

Barry Hart

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