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Old 25th January 2006, 03:04
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Unhappy how to perfect install SNMP and MRTG in Fedora Core 3???

anyone can you tell me what should i do to install SNMP and MRTG on my PC
(Fedora Core 3) to monitoring bandwith on My PC Router???

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Old 25th January 2006, 07:07
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You can run
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yum search snmp
and
Code:
yum search mrtg
to find the appropriate FC3 packages. Afterwards you can install the packages by running
Code:
yum install <package_name>
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Old 25th January 2006, 10:14
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thanks falko.

after that, how i can configure and runing the SNMP and MRTG???
can u explain with any sample.

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Old 25th January 2006, 19:28
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Never done it before. Did you have a look at the respective documentation/web sites?
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Default How to Perfect Install SNMP and MRTG in Fedora Core 4

How to Perfect Install SNMP and MRTG in Fedora Core 4

A very good question that how would you monitor Utilization of your Server Interfaces. I quite often look for answers everytime I re-build my linux server and most of the times I find answers from following URLs.

General MRTG information from the homepage of MRTG.
http://oss.oetiker.ch/mrtg/doc/mrtg-unix-guide.en.html

Another useful resource for MRTG but may not have answers to your issues.
http://www.sm6rpz.se/mrtg.html

The Perfect solution I experienced every time I had to use it with Fedora or Redhat based systems. You may want to install snmpd and mrtg through YUM as suggested in above reply before you configure using following link.
http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/linux-hn/mrtg.htm

Always worked for me within few minutes using this link. All you have to do is go through your snmpd and mrtg install and ensure snmp works as discussed in article and if it doesn't work you wouldn't have a joy with your mrtg graphs.

I hope this helps.
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This how-to is for Debian.

If you disregard the part about installation using apt-get , you can use other parts, as short and efficient example of config set-up

http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/366

works for me !
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