The snmpwalk results prove that your server's running and that the "public"
string is the good one. The listing is the OID you can access (by adding it
at the end of the snmpwalk command).
I read your first post in a hurry... and now that I re-read it, i don't see
>--coca: Skipping ifName scanning because public at host: does not seem to
ok, it couldn't get the name of the interface, maybe you should add the
vendor's mib, but that shouldn't block you.
>--base: Walking ifSpeed
as for the other entries, this seems to show that your interface's speed was
>--base: Writing mrtg.cfg
it finally writes mrtg's config file.
since you have the /etc/mrtg.conf, you just have to use the perl script
named indexmaker, which will produces the web pages thanks to the
mrtg.cfgfile (put the execution of the script in the cron so that it
i think that's all... as far as i remember it
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