Hi, the Bandwith Chart only works with SNMP Counters, not with performance counter from e.g. Network adapter. Maybe a problem with localisation - even the use of üäö etc. in counternames prevents charts from working.

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MTE,

Try using a chart type of Bandwidth In/Out (Perfmon) to get your chart to appear. Then you can also combine them by using combining tag.

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Hi Quinn, sorry but I´m understanding nothing :) Regards Marco

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edited 09 Mar '15, 18:42

MTE,

When you are adding a chart to the Server Status Report you can select different types of charts, one of them is the Bandwidth In (Perfmon) & Bandwidth Out (Perfmon) chart types. You need to use both of these to get the in and out bandwidths for your performance counters. then you can combine these by using the combining tag.

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Hi Quinn,

of course I have installed the two charts, but they do not work! The SNMP Version works, not the [perfmon] version. All network counters shows values, but only the custom Charts are working (seperate charts for in and out).

I tried numerus different alias versions, even without an alias, same result. What is the combining tag? Use of the same alias? like Eth1 In and Eth1 Out?

Dosn´t work anyway. The term combining tag is not mentioned anywhere in the documention.

Regards, Marco

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