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Does anyone have a quick MRTG config to monitor voltages on a Dell PowerEdge 650?
I have the OID's that work, I was able to use snmpget to verify them.

I'm just having trouble getting the MRTG config tweaked right....

Better yet, if someone has a total MRTG config for a PowerEdge they would like to share that would be great.


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