I'm just curious as to how everyone else is displaying their SNMP traffic across links? I have a Wireless Mesh network that I'm monitoring with The Dude, and with the wireless devices that are setup in bridge mode, I could get the traffic info from that bridge from either of the two devices.
This could obviously apply to all links that have interface monitoring devices at each end. For someone who isn't me looking at the network map, how are they supposed to know what direction TX and RX actually means, with out bringing up the config of the link to know what device it's getting the information from?
I've thought of putting a static object inbetween the two devices, IE, this is the standard display:
DEVICE ------ TRAFFIC INFORMATION ------ DEVICE
This is what I could do:
DEVICE ------ TRAFFICE INFORMATION ------ STATIC OBJECT ------ TRAFFIC INFORMATION ------ DEVICE
Is this what other people are doing in this situation, or are you just not worrying? Is there some fancy way to "Average" the information from both devices that I'm not aware of, or a way to change the TX/RX labels so they could make more sense to someone who can't see the config?