I have been using MRTG for quite a while to log inbound and outbound traffic for 60+ routers in our enterprise. I now have a problem with graphing a 10Mb link that I hope someone on this forum will be able to help (I know it is not strictly a Cisco problem but hey, we all use monitoring tools, and MRTG is a great product!)
My problem is that most of the time there is low traffic use but a few times a day there is a major copy job across the link that peaks the graph at 8-9Mb. This results in a graph that shows the major peak but practically hides the standard traffic at the bottom of the graph.
I would like to have the graph display in logarithmic scale rather than a linear format. This way I the graph will display the smaller traffic better rather than being buried way down at the bottom of the screen.
Has anyone found a way to get around this?
Sorry again but I am sure someone has the answer (I cannot find it on the MRTG website or forums anywhere!)
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