I dont like to talk about my job, neither i prefer to tell people around me that -how was my work today- Because when i do that i feel like a French in convo. I speak and nobody gets it. Who speaks French anyway!
Here few examples for curious people. I had to add this information to a document which i emailed to somebody.
MRTG, though, can ALSO be integrated with GroundWork. If you have MRTG running, or (even better) you install it on the GroundWork server, you can get the integration going in two easy steps:
1) Use Wrappit to point to the MRTG ages. If you have MRTG installed on the GroundWork server, consider enabling SSO features to restrict access to the URL to those who have already logged in to the GroundWork Application.
2) Optionally, set up threshold checks on the RRDs that MRTG creates. See the plugins check_rrd_data.pl, check_rrd_hw.pl, and rap_rise.pl.
You will need to create commands and services to use these, but they are pretty sweet - they get data from rrds and compare to thresholds, detect changes from baseline, do trending, and basically tell you “it’s time to look at your MRTG graphs!”
And i got this email from a colleague
Here is the most common MIBs that should be activated first on the all Cisco devices:
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.1.2.0 - WhyReload
126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.13.3 - snmp-server enable traps envmon
Below there are additional MIBs. I don’t know if they can be useful for us, but let’s activate them also for test and see what info they can provide.
.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11 - ipOutNoRoutes !=0 => routing problems
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.101 - snmp-server enable traps ospf errors
(and goes on)
Now how does my life seem to you? Any clues about what i do in work? Well i just wanted to show you why i do not prefer to see any computer especially when i go out from the office. This insane..