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Windows XP/2K and MRTG

Posted on 2004-08-24
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Hi,

I have just set up MRTG on my Windows 2k and XP network. Can anyone help me with good places to download example perl scripts and/or cfg scripts to implement for monitoring. I am just learning how MRTG works, also cfgmaker and perl and want to get some good working examples.  Simple working configs would be great.
I have found some pl and cfg files for monitoring latency (ping) on SMTP42K,but having some issues that I'm still researching.  Can someone give me a good simple working example of monitoring latency via ping.(windows)....Thanks!!!   The more CFG the better...I like to do hands on before I read (my own backwards way of learning)
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by:bbao
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how about the followings:

mrtg-2.10.5 on Windows 2000
http://www.grape-info.com/doc/win2000srv/mrtg/mrtg-2.10.5.html

MRTG 2.10.15
http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/

hope it helps,
bbao
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by:ballstryker
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Thanks for the website info bbao. I have MRTG setup and running/monitoring CPU, memory, bandwidth..I am getting more and more famillar setting up cfg files. I wanted to get some example perl scripts and rrd that people are using. I like to read manuals and see as many examples possible....Thanks.
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