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 Post subject: RFC - Weathermap Automation
PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2016 12:41 pm 
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Hi Weathermap users.

I'm currently working on some Weathermap automation stuff and was wondering if there's a need for a (free/gpled) plugin for helping you to create these beatyfull weathermaps in a more automated way.

I succeeded in creating some (already nice) generic maps based on the interface descriptions of devices, but was also thinking about some way of creating the links between devices through the UI.

So far i have a script that can generate simple traffic graphs, as well as any other Cacti based graph ( e.g. Weathermap based on Errors or Discards ).

I would love to hear your thoughts on this, and what should be included in this.

Again, this will be a free/gpled plugin.

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