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MRTG for active DSP channles on AS-5300

How can I use MRTG to graph the active DSP channels (number of actice calls) on a Cisco AS-5300 router with 4 E1 ports?
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abakhraniAuthor Commented:
We need to know the average number of calls every 5 minutes on a Cisco AS-5300 access server which has 4 E1 lines connected to it. We will appreciate help on the MRTG configuration file for this.
Here's the MRTG config for our AS5300 (2 T1's):

EnableIPv6: no
WorkDir: /opt/apache/htdocs/mrtg/work
Options[_]: bits,growright

YLegend[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]:active # of DS0s
ShortLegend[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: number
MaxBytes[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: 23
Options[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: gauge, unknaszero
Title[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: UF-GRDC-AS5300-01
PageTop[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: <H1>UF-GRDC-AS5300-01</H1>
Legend1[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: Active DS0
Legend2[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: .
Legend3[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: Max value per interval on graph
Legend4[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: .
LegendI[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: Active DS0
LegendO[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: .
Colours[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: GREEN#00eb0c,BLUE#0000ff,GRAY#AAAAAA,VIOLET#ff00ff
WithPeak[UF-GRDC-AS5300-01]: ymw
You might give this a try:

### Current Active DS0s and PPP Sessions ###

Title[]: Current Active DS0s and PPP Sessions
MaxBytes1[]: 96
MaxBytes2[]: 96
ShortLegend[]: Ports
YLegend[]: Total Ports
Legend1[]: Active DS0s
Legend2[]: PPP Sessions
Options[]: absolute, gauge, integer, growright
Unscaled[]: dwmy
PageTop[]: <H1>Current Active DS0s and PPP Sessions</H1>
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abakhraniAuthor Commented:
I have tried the above but could not make it work. Could there be another option?
Did you change the IP address, port numbers and community string for your device?
abakhraniAuthor Commented:
I changed the IP and the community string.....where are the port numbers in ?
you have to change the IPs below that too. needs to be changed as well.  Sorry about that I ment "number of ports" not "port numbers".  OUrs runs 96 ports.  you should change that to match your count.

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