Fixed an error that would throw the whole graph calculations off. Changed Wide-band to area instead of stack. This way, it shows Wide-band first, instead of some random junk as “total”, which would make it look like you were using 10Mb more than you were.
Added empty row between “Total” and “Wideband” so it is easier to view at a quick glance the percentages
This graph template, as well as all associated CDEFs was created with Cisco UBR 10002 in mind. This template isn't device specific, and should work with any device that you already have interface bandwidth data sources for.
This graph uses EXISTING data sources and calculates percentage used based on a 152Mb cap, which is what a MAC Domain is capable on a UBR 20×20 card slot, for 4 narrowband and 1 wideband that has been channel bonded.
It should be as simple as importing the XML file via Cacti.
- create the normal interface graphs for each port (example, a graph for Integrated-Cable5/1/0:0 )
- create a new graph using the template provided at the top of this documentation
- the first data source should be the wide-band
- the rest is should be the narrow-band interfaces, in numerical order.
One of the perks of this method is that if you have been graphing for a while, you will have instant aggregate data. No waiting for the graph to populate.
This is not a quick-build solution. each graph takes about 3-5 minutes to build. With 35 graphs, it will take about 3 hours of sifting through drop-downs of data sources. Bleary eyes await.
Write better documentation for this template.