[ixpmanager] Aggregate graphs break graphing
Miku, E. Cornelius
miku.ec at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 16:39:45 IST 2016
>From the web front end it just says "Could not query a.b.c.d via SNMP"
I could give you the logs just let me know which log file.
I was using a Cisco 2960 before but currently using a TP-LINK TL-SG3424.
Thanks & Regards,
On Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 4:19 PM, Barry O'Donovan <barry.odonovan at inex.ie>
> Miku, E. Cornelius wrote:
>> I'm from AIXP(Arusha Internet eXchange Point), that's an IX for a city
>> in Tanzania.
> Great! We love to see IXP Manager being used around the world :-)
> Two issues; 1. I couldn't add the switches using SNMP even though
>>> it's a recognised(Cisco) switch. Just curious here as I added
>>> manually and it was fine.
>>> Hmmm, odd. I think there may be a DNS lookup issue in the code. If
>>> you put an IP address in for hostname it may work. If you could file
>>> a bug report on GitHub, that'd be great :-)
> > I tried a hostname(FQDN) and an IP address and both didn't work.
> Okay - is there any error? What make and model of switches are you using?
>> 2. After adding customers their graphs were
>> working fine but once I added aggregate graphs they stopped
>> and the aggregate one is empty. Found MRTG daemon stopped and
>> to start it gives this error: *ERROR: CFG Error in
>> "maxbytes[ixp_peering-aixp_aggregate_traffic-bits]", file
>> /etc/mrtg/mrtg.cfg line 112: 0 must be a Number bigger than 0*
> Okay, so the MaxByres for the overall switch and IXP aggregates are
> calculated based on the ifHighSpeed of the switch port which requires SNMP
> to work.
> If we can solve the SNMP issue above and get SNMP switch polling 
> working, this will all solve itself.
> - Barry
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