I'm using netmrg to monitor some high bandwidth (GigE, 10GigE)links and I'm getting obviously incorrect information. I believe this is due to the fact netmrg is defaulting to using 32 bit counters, is there a way I can force it to use 64 bit counters?
Unfortunately, I don't have any devices like that to test against ;)
My understanding was that there were other OIDs for the counter64 versions of ifInOctets/ifOutOctets; I believe they're ifHCInOctets/ifHCOutOctets.
You'll want to add these snmp tests similarly to the current 'Interfaces' tests.
Next you'll want to go into your template group, the template linux box, and into the network interface; add two monitors - one each for the ifHCInOctets and ifHCOutOctets.
Goto template graphs and duplicate the current lan traffic graph; edit it to rename it to something like 'LAN HC Traffic'; the click on the name and modify the monitors to use the new HC versions.
Apply this interface template to your graphs to get the High Counter versions.
Thanks for the response, I did find those mibs earlier today and that did fix the problem.