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Posted on 2004-03-27
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hi guys , i got my mrtg running well , i can monitor the traffic.but i have a question ,i have 3 interfaces in the router , how to make the cfgmaker for each interface?
i typed this
perl cfgmaker public@10.20.130.2 --global "WorkDir: d:\www\mrtg" --output mrtg.cfg

what do i have to add to generate an mrtg.cfg for one interface only .
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Edit the config file and remove the two interfaces you don't want to monitor.

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What he said.  No reason to run cfgmaker more than once per device; you want to wind up with a working config that lists all the interfaces you want MRTG to monitor.  If there are a couple of extras in there, just never look at them.

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