I must be missing something terribly obvious, but I can't see any way to do it via the help documents or trolling through the interface:
If my WAN interface text data output indicates both the input and output numbers, why can't I get anything but the aggregate number in the graph? I want to know at a glance if someone's hammering me with an upload or a download, not just "hey the WAN link is busy." Intellipool/KNM is the first product I've seen that can graph network traffic which does NOT seem to do this!
I second this request - desparately needed to make KNM useful.
I put together some monitors looking at the inbound/outbound traffic OIDs. They have to be applied specifically to the device, but they work out OK for me.
(OID1 * 8) / 1000 seems to get me Kilobytes/second pretty nicely.
I got the following reply from the development team:
The bandwidth monitor today shows the combined traffic in the graphs. We are about to fix that in v5.
Until then a customer can use a SNMP monitor for ifOutOctets and ifInOctets that do the same thing.
Hope this helps.
The correct calulation in an SNMP monitor to get Kpbs is:
(OID1 * 8) / 1024