Kevin, use the AbsMax keyword in you're config.
If you are monitoring a link which can handle more traffic than the
MaxBytes value. Eg, a line which uses compression or some frame relay
link, you can use the AbsMax keyword to give the absolute maximum
value ever to be reached. We need to know this in order to sort out
unrealistic values returned by the routers. If you do not set AbsMax,
rateup will ignore values higher than MaxBytes.
> Hi all:
> I am new to using MRTG, and was wondering if someone could help me
> with the graphing capabilities. I'm using MRTG to graph my frame
> relay links, and was wondering if it's possible to draw a line across
> the graph where my CIR is... I want to use the port speed as the top
> of my graph, but would like a horizontal line drawn to show the CIR so
> I can see at a glance whenever the circuit is over utilized.