Dartware, LLC has released a beta version for InterMapper, bringing it to version 3.6.2b1. InterMapper is a network monitor designed for the checking and alerting of network service levels. The latest version features improved wireless probes for Karlnet-based stations and other enhancements. According to Dartware:
Dartware LLC announces that the first beta-test version of InterMapper(R) 3.6.2 is available. InterMapper is a MacOS X and Classic application that monitors the servers, routers, switches and other devices on a network as well as the local and wide area links that connect them, and can notify the network manager about problems via audible alerts, e-mail, pages, and cell-phone messages.
The changes in version 3.6.2 include:
- Improved wireless probes with support for Agere/Orinoco/Lucent and other Karlnet-based wireless base stations, as well as Airport and Cisco Aironet devices
- New probes to test LDAP-SSL, IMAP4-SSL and SMTP-TLS servers
- Improved Web display, showing a deviceis probe type and port in the Device List Web page
- New Label... type to display a deviceis "Interface Name" as a variable in its label
- Many bug fixes
You can find more information about the InterMapper beta release at the Dartware Web site. InterMapper 3.6.2b1 is available starting at US$295.00.