Get to a cmd prompt and change to the This creates an initial MRTG config file for you.
Note that in this file all interfaces of your router will be stored by number.
If you take a look at those web pages they are not very exciting (yet).
You need to have the MRTG files run every five minutes to produce the desired results. You should now be able to see the first lines in your graphs.
Access to this data is a standard part of Linux for the Raspberry Pi, once SNMP has been installed (see below).You could also install MRTG on the Raspberry Pi itself.I do wonder what other variables you could monitor, as plotting NTP rate of change versus board or chip temperature would be an interesting exercise.Please see the INSTALL file for complete and updated requirements.The last message in is: "Insecure dependency in exec while running with -T switch". This problem occurs when you try to run munin-node as the munin user. (Note that the munin master should run as munin, but munin-node as root).Since vnstat is available only in source code form, the we need to compile it first. Extract the file By default vnstat is installed in /usr folder. Vnstat use cronjob to run periodically that make makes vnstat very light. Vnstat also give you a clear information about megabtyes that you have send / receive in many format such as hours, days, week and month.