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 Post subject: Advanced ping - unrealistic packet loss after moving to win
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:01 am 
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So I've recently created a cacti server version 1.1.33 running on Windows, where we previously were running a cacti server version 0.8.7g.

Everything is working fine and I am really happy about how things have turned out, except for our graphs who checks on connectivity to our VPN sites.
After we have moving the graphs from the older linux version to the newer windows version, the graphs have been showing an unrealistic amount of package losses.

the linux server had advanced ping v1.3 installed where our new server has advanced ping v2.2 installed (i believe)

Their devices and data sources are both configured the same way. Pings the target 20 times with protocol ICMP.

If i just do a normal ping via command prompt on the windows server, there are close to none package lost when I am pinging Georgien, where it says on the graph that it has between 16-50% package lost.

I have attached two screenshots so you can see what I am talking about.
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File comment: Graphs from Windows cacti server 1.1.33
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File comment: Graphs from Linux cacti server 0.8.7g
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If there is any additional information you would like, please say so, and I will upload it to thread

In advance thank you

Sincerly,

mmj


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