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Ok i'am all kinda new to this so maybe i'am missing something very simple. But i been trying to run IOG, http://www.dynw.com/iog/ on my gateway to monitor data usage on ...
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    IOG + SNMP Error


    Ok i'am all kinda new to this so maybe i'am missing something very simple. But i been trying to run IOG, http://www.dynw.com/iog/ on my gateway to monitor data usage on both the internal eth0 and external eth1 cards.

    When it runs, it returns the following error: -

    SNMP Error: no response received
    SNMPv1_Session (remote host: "127.0.0.1" [127.0.0.1].161)
    community: "public"
    request ID: -1231765408
    PDU bufsize: 8000 bytes
    timeout: 2s
    retries: 5
    backoff: 1)

    My iog.cfg looks like this : -

    [bing:127.0.0.1ublic:sysUpTime.0:/var/www/html/iog]
    Gateway-internal-ethernet:127.0.0.1ublic:ifInOctets.2:ifOutOctets.2:/var/www/html/iog
    Gateway-external-ethernet:127.0.0.1ublic:ifInOctets.3:ifOutOctets.3:/var/www/html/iog

    i'am pretty sure i got the ifInOctets/IfOutOctets right, so i not sure where i'am going wrong ??

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    Ok, so did you install SNMP support as well?
    If not, you should take a look at NET-SNMP and install that.
    Which distro do you use? Or are you comfortable with Source-Tar-Ball?
    Then you should be able to download it from NET-SNMP web page, make sure that you read the configuration instructions and fire up the snmp Server/deamon as well

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    thanx for the help swemic.
    I ended up working out the problem, first i installed NET-SNMP and all it's packages, but i was still receiving the same problem.

    Then i edited the /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf file to read

    rocommunity public 127.0.0.1

    and all seemed to work fine when i added in the 127.0.0.1.

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