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Finally, add the following lines to the existing line file is done only once, not repeatedly as would be the case if one were to run MRTG as a cron task – another acceptable method for running MRTG.
Also, when running as a daemon, MRTG itself is responsible for timing the measurement intervals; therefore, we need to add the line option and assign it a value – in this example 5.
No worries, this is normal for the first 2-3 times you start MRTG this way.
If, however, it continues to complain you may want to look into the source of the problem. Now point your browser to , you’ll see the graph starting “grow” to the right as the traffic is monitored over time, and the Y axis displayed as bits per second.
This means that every five minutes MRTG will poll the SNMP service in your gateway\router and update its graphs.
Finally, since many gateway\routers do not currently support SNMP over IPv6, we’ll retain the line .
Note that our header template starts MRTG as a daemon (see below also).The default SNMP community name is typically “public.” If you change the SNMP community name to something else, make note of it.Now, run the following command, substituting your SNMP community name, if you’ve changed it, and adding the IP address of your gateway\router: and make sure under Global Configuration Options that the lines “Work Dir: /var/www/mrtg” (under Debian), and “Options[_]: growright, bits” (under Global Defaults) are uncommented.Answering “No” means that the file is readable by others (file permissions set to 644).In this example we’re going to accept the default Yes.