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    Using Cacti to monitor HP Procurve switches

    Just installed Cacti. I have a couple of questions

    What is the best way to set this up to monitor our Procurve switches?
    What Host templates should I use? I have them set as Generic SMNP host at the moment
    any other Cacti tips?

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    For most switches the default Generic host template will be fine.. however you could try this.

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