RE: [load balancing] MRTG and LocalDirector

From: Andrea Rosso (
Date: Fri Feb 02 2001 - 10:37:14 EST

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    Thanks to all for the information. Looks like we are running
    version 3.2.2 and that there might be some problems with it.
    We are upgrading to a couple of new Cisco CSS boxes in a few months
    (ex-Aeropoint) so it sounds like that is going to be easier to
    monitor using MRTG.

    Patrick, the ticket doesn't seem to be available anymore, could
    you possibly just send it to me?

    Thanks again for all the info,


    -----Original Message-----
    From: []On Behalf Of
    Patrick Bartkus
    Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 5:34 AM
    Subject: Re: [load balancing] MRTG and LocalDirector

    Setting up the Local Director to respond to any SNMP can be frustrating. I
    found that I needed to specify which host from which I will be sending the

    Also, make sure you have a relativly recent version of IOS.

    I'm running ": LocalDirector 416 Version 3.3.3"

    Here is my LD SNMP config:
    snmp-server host
    snmp-server enable traps
    snmp-server community public
    no snmp-server contact
    no snmp-server location

    For MRTG to graph anything you need to know the MIB values. The MIB for the
    LD is hard to find. I created a ticket with CCO and got this location (CCO
    login required)

    You will have to look through the MIBs and decide what you want to watch.


    Patrick Bartkus, CCNP Certified	Sr. Network Support Analyst
    Fleet Mortgage Group		    Columbia, SC
    If truth was not absolute, how could there be justice?

    >From: "Andrea Rosso" <> >Reply-To: >To: <> >Subject: [load balancing] MRTG and LocalDirector >Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 10:26:40 -0800 > >I tried >to run cfgmaker on Localdirector but that doesn't seem to work >properly....

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