SNMP Graph offers a wide variety of customization options for your graph. Any changes made to the graph displayed locally are automatically applied to the HTML generated when using the publish to Web option.
|Titles||Enables you to automatically or manually create a title for the graph. You can enter a main title and a subtitle. The footer section has a field to enter text at the bottom of the page. Use pipe (|) separators to create columns. For example, typing |
|Style||Enables you to disable the table displayed at the bottom of the page. You can also specify the number of decimal points to be displayed. Data is always stored at the highest level of detail but can be displayed at only two decimal points. You can also use the slide bar at the bottom of this window to display the number of data points to be displayed when in Zoom mode.|
Allows you to color-code axis to make it easier to identify which data corresponds to which axis. This window can also be used to change one monitored attribute from a line graph to an area or ribbon graph. Many customers find it useful to use trend lines when reviewing data for trending purposes.
The default is to display the data as Overlap Axis. This means dissimilar elements are displayed on the same chart, for example, BPS and Processor Load. Clear this box to view data on two separate charts, one above the other.
|OIDs||Allows you to modify the line color, line style, and description of the element being graphed.|
|Polling||Allows you to log real time data to a comma-delimited text file. Adjust the slider to select the frequency with which to collect the data.|
|Auto-Publish||Allows you to automatically create and publish charts to an HTML webpage in real time. If you save this file to your web server, you can view the results of the SNMP Graph from any browser.|
|Colors||Allows you to create templates for displaying your results. You can customize any template or create your own profile of colors and backgrounds for SNMP Graphs.|
Provides the ability to increase or decrease the default font size used by the graph.