March 27th, 2000
|[6:00 AM] TCP/IP Monitoring And Control Software Updated
Juggy Software has announced the release of a beta update to TCPManager, their TCP monitoring and control software. The new version includes performance increases and other new features. According to Juggy Software:
Juggy Software and Julien Guimont, just released its public beta 1.02b6 of TCPManager the only Macintosh software build from ground up to monitor IP connections and set limits on upload and download.
Version 1.02b6 is beta version with cool new stuff as well as bug fixes.
- Adds functionality with PPP, PPPoEthernet and any other device of that type for TCPM and the OT TCPM Extension (used to monitor even if TCPM is not opened).
- No longer display garbage in the status fields when not connected.
- The OT TCPM Extension will work even if not connected.
- Local and remote IP in IP display (Yeah!).
- New Status window interface.
- New graphical design (thanks Pierre-Etienne Poulin!)
- Under the hood tune up for the OT module.
TCPManager was first released January 10 2000 and since more than 17,500 downloads have been made all over the world. Files Dudes also award TCPManager a 5/5 dudes and Dudes Approved TCPManager. It is also rated 5/5 cows by the Tucows network.
You can find more information and download links at the company's web site. TCPManager is priced at US$10, and the update is free to registered owners.