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 Post subject: qwery_ifspeed virtual interface, vlan, pppoe, ng and other
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 8:13 am 

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This solution came after I found a message on the forum, with the proposal to change rrd_maximum | query_ifSpeed ​​| 000000 I made | query_ifSpeed ​​| 000
But in my case, with the ng interfaces this did not always work, some graphics were displayed incorrectly.

After upgrading from version 0.8.8 to 1.3.7 and higher, such a problem arose, the graphics of virtual interfaces were not drawn, due to the incorrect speed in ifspeed and high_ifspeed.
ng = 64000 vlan = 10,000,000
By snmp speed and ifspeed is the same as in the screenshot.
I do not know if I did it right or not.
Just removed ifspeed from Data Queries> Associated Graph / Data Templates [edit: SNMP - Interface Statistics]> rrd_maximum | query_ifSpeed ​​|.
Now all new graphics, virtual interfaces, vlan, ng (pppoe and pptp) display data correctly.
The speed of virtual interfaces displayed in graphs is higher than 1G.
The statistics are shown in screenshots with freebsd 11.2 amd64.
I didn’t check it, but I think everyone who has speed and high_speed doesn’t match the interface speed, my solution works.
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