[nos-bbs] just another MRTG graph ...

Alan Sieg WB5RMG wb5rmg at somenet.net
Mon Jan 31 15:36:54 EST 2011

Great Maiko...
Looks like fun. I have been using MRTG for ~15 years or so, love it.
I'm currently collecting statistics on hundreds of router and switch ports
here at NASA/MSFC/HOSC in Huntsville. I even use MRTG at home for tracking
traffic volume, ping times, cpu load . . . (I know... I know... )

Perhaps this is a starting point for further SNMP visibility into AX25.
Having a listener is an amazing first step... Hope it goes further.
  Thanks  /;^)

> Okay, so I was bored.
>    http://www.langelaar.net/mrtg/jnos/
> Nothing special about the graph, but it's getting it's
> data direct from JNOS not from the linux side. I wrote
> a minimal SNMP server for JNOS a few weeks back. Good
> enough for the basic MRTG functionality I wanted.
> Far from complete, an ongoing project ...
> Maiko

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