Prior to making the jump to m0n0wall, I was using Smoothwall and
IPCop. Both of those products used MRTG to display the graphs for the
system. Both were very timely in keeping on top of band usage.
I am not sure how MRTG or rdd couldn't be just a functional at SVG for
showing the usage.
On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 22:21:37 -0500, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> On Thu, 20 Jan 2005 18:34:56 -0800, Kim C. Callis <kim dot callis at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > Is there a particular reason why Adobe SVG vs something like doing
> > MRTG? I am forced to fireup Internet Explorer if I want to see the
> > traffic graphs. That, of course, takes from the enjoyment of using
> > Firefox. Unless someone is out there to tell me how to successfully
> > get SVG working under Firefox.
> In addition to the link previously posted, this might help.
> SVG and something like MRTG serve two different purposes really. It's
> real time vs. historical data. I find SVG is useful for many things,
> and also maintain ifgraph for historical data. When you want/need to
> look at throughput in real time, historical graphing tools aren't
> nearly as useful.
When It Absolutely, Positively has to be Destroyed Overnight!!!
Kim C. Callis
kim dot callis at gmail dot com