This is the 1st series of articles highlighting the usage of MRTG for server and network monitoring.
In my previous article, I touched upon the basics of installing MRTG, Net-SNMP and used the cfgmaker tool to generate simple MRTG graphs. In this article, we further move on to the topic of creating MRTG graphs for a single Linux/Unix machine using only shell scripts.
The final goal or mission of these series of articles is to provide users concrete and professional examples of monitoring their servers and network devices using MRTG. In the end of these series of articles, we will round up and unite all these MRTG graphs to our web based network monitoring system called Nagios.
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If you are reading this article, then you should be well aware that there are various and different types of network devices, servers, electronic gadgets, transport mediums, media converters, etc, which are somehow connected to each other to form the Internet.
The internet is the biggest network in the world consisting of billions of computers, servers, workstations, routers, switches, printers, mainframes, mobile devices, etc, connected to each other in one way or another.
1 question certainly arises, which is, how do we keep track of this giant network and it’s billions of network devices connected to the Internet?