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vertical axis scaling with positive/negative chart

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It seems that the manual vertical axis scaling doesn't work when the chart type is set to positive/negative area. As soon as I change it to the normal view it works, but I can't show a chart with consistent in/out scales as far as I can tell.

chart scale vertical-axis

Created on Jul 15, 2011 2:58:22 PM by  schester (0) 1



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Hello,

I do apologize for the late reply, may I ask which exact settings you did enter for the scaling?

best regards.

Created on Jul 26, 2011 2:53:52 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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I was trying to scale a graph to show the maximum speed for the connection at all times. For example, if I have a 10 Mbps connection (but it is on a 100 Mbps switchport), I tried setting the vertical axis max to 10000 and min to -10000 for each channel. I also tried it with min at 0, etc.

With those same settings as soon as I switch the graph type back to default, the limits hold. They work 10k to -10k as well as 10k to 0. They even work 10k-0 for in and 0 to -10k for out and it puts the out at the top of the graph. It just looks funny, but it kind of does the job.

I have turned off showing downtime & traffic total in the charts, so it is traffic in & trafifc out only. In is set to 10 (mbps) max, 0 min. Out is set to 0 max -10 min.

Created on Jul 27, 2011 4:33:56 PM by  schester (0) 1



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I'm sorry, but the manual scaling is not active if a sensor graph is displaying the data in positive/negative style. This should have been stated in the explanation texts next to the options. We will correct this of course.

Created on Jul 28, 2011 1:58:59 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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