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 ===Check Command Arguments=== ===Check Command Arguments===
  
-Add the //​check_mrtgtraf_nems//​ check command to your router host in NEMS SST, using the following arguments:+Add the //​check_mrtgtraf_nems//​ check command to your router host in NEMS NConf, using the following arguments:
  
   * **Port** - This is the number associated with the SNMP. This will not correspond with traditional conventions,​ but rather is generated by the SNMP OID. You can find the number on the corresponding MRTG page following the header "​Traffic Analysis for". The number corresponds to the port to use for //​check_mrtgtraf_nems//​. You can find the MRTG graphs at %%https://​nems.local/​mrtg/​%%   * **Port** - This is the number associated with the SNMP. This will not correspond with traditional conventions,​ but rather is generated by the SNMP OID. You can find the number on the corresponding MRTG page following the header "​Traffic Analysis for". The number corresponds to the port to use for //​check_mrtgtraf_nems//​. You can find the MRTG graphs at %%https://​nems.local/​mrtg/​%%
   * **Multiplier** - What measurement you'd like to use for your thresholds. Available options are gb, mb or kb.   * **Multiplier** - What measurement you'd like to use for your thresholds. Available options are gb, mb or kb.
   * **Warn Up / Warn Down / Critical Up / Critical Down** - Set your thresholds. Can be a positive floating point number or integer.   * **Warn Up / Warn Down / Critical Up / Critical Down** - Set your thresholds. Can be a positive floating point number or integer.
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