Rumpus Update From Maxum Development

Maxum Development has released an update for Rumpus, bringing it to version 2.1. Rumpus is an FTP server app designed for Web development. The update ships with new features including a setup assistant for administrators and packet forwarding on private networks. Also included in the update are performance enhancements and bug fixes. According to Maxum Development:

Rumpus, Maxum Developmentis class-leading FTP server software for Mac OS and Mac OS X, has reached version 2.1. The update, available now, incorporates dozens of feature and usability enhancements. For this new release, Maxum has focused primarily on improving existing functions, making Rumpus easier and more flexible to use. Among the host of enhancements, the new version offers:

  • A new setup assistant, which helps new FTP server administrators create their first anonymous and secure user accounts instantly so that FTP service can be enabled with just a couple of clicks
  • The ability to function on private networks with packet forwarding, even when the network uses dynamic domain name service
  • A revised interface that separates complex settings to help avoid mistakes and ensure consistent FTP service
  • Improved server management, including IP address-based access restriction, better error and activity reporting and enhanced
  • AppleEvent support with full transcript capabilities
  • Support for Sophisticated Circuitsi PowerKey, Kick-Off! and Rebound! crash recovery devices
  • And of course, bug fixes that improve stability and performance, make the Rumpus interface more consistent, and ensure reliable access to all of Rumpusi features and modules

You can find more information about the Rumpus update at the Maxum Development Web site. Rumpus 2.1 is available for US$79.00.

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