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Set real maximum Bandwidth instead of Interface BW

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Hey,
i have the problem, that the maximal interface bandwidth is not in all cases the real bandwidth.
For Example:
Interface has 100Mbit, but the max. real Throughput is 10Mbit.
So the Map would show up the Traffic at 10% but in real it's max'd @ 100%.

It would be awesome if we can specify at an item whats the max bw is.

The Oldschool Tool: http://www.network-weathermap.com/ has such a feature - and i would love to use Nagvis if there would be such an Feature :-)

Kind regards,
Constantin

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Author: Constey · Date: 2012-09-25

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I would suggest to move this to docs section(http://docs.nagvis.org/1.7/en_US/lines_weathermap_style.html). This is very useful information.
Author: Martin · Date: 2012-12-07
Thanks for the Hint. I will try this different plugin tomorrow and will report.
Author: Constey · Date: 2012-10-22
Another solution to your issue is to use a plug in that can change the bandwidth limit for you. There is a plug-in over at the Nagios Exchange that can provide a solution for you. The check_iftraffic64 plug in has support for setting the actual bandwidth limits over an interface and can even support different settings for in and out. For example if you are monitoring a Cable modem Internet connection that provides 50 MB/s down and 10 MB/s up but your measuring on a 100 MB/s interface then you'd do something like this: 'check_iftraffic64.pl -H hostname -C sneaky -B -I 50 -O 10 -u m'. This is an update to the NagVis weathermap compatible check_iftraffic3 check, you can find it here: http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/Network-Connections,-Stats-and-Bandwidth/check_iftraffic64/details

Regards,

-gjfrater
Author: gjfrater · Date: 2012-10-22

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