Graphing DHCP pools

Munroe Sollog mus3 at
Mon Dec 4 15:56:52 UTC 2017

We a script called (found it on the internet, I can provide it if
you need), to nagios (for alerting) and to influx/grafana (for

On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 10:33 AM, Chuck Anderson <cra at> wrote:

> There is:
> Then you can use your favorite SNMP graphing tool.
> On Mon, Dec 04, 2017 at 08:52:51AM -0600, project722 wrote:
> > Hey guys, I'm looking for a solution that can take the data from our dhcp
> > server and use that to create charts and graphs of of our scopes.
> Currently
> > we are using a homegrown bash script that uses the Google API for charts
> to
> > do the graphing and create the charts. But, although its very nice
> looking
> > it takes ALOT of re-working the script every time we add a pool or
> adjust a
> > scope. I'm looking for another solution. One that can automatically
> detect
> > and put up a new chart when we add scopes and one that could possibly
> > retain historical data. I've thought about solarwinds but I'm not sure if
> > it can plug into Linux like this or if it even has such a feature for
> > dhcpd.
> >
> > Any suggestions?
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Munroe Sollog
Senior Network Engineer
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