Dartware, LLC has released an update for InterMapper, bringing it to version 4.1.1. InterMapper is a network monitor designed for the checking and alerting of network service levels. The update features several enhancements including Airport Extreme probe type and other addiditions. According to Dartware:
Dartware LLC, a provider of cross-platform network monitoring products that help customers maximize network uptime, today announced the latest release of its flagship InterMapper program, which now allows a network administrator to monitor many new kinds of network servers and infrastructure using custom plugin programs.
InterMapper provides a real-time view of a network, showing the health of servers as well as the traffic flows through and between critical wired and wireless network devices. With its visually powerful yet simple graphical user interface, InterMapper accurately and easily identifies current and potential issues that would otherwise compromise the performance of a network.
The new release contains the following major features:
- Added an "Apple Airport (Extreme)" probe type
- InterMapper is now supported on SuSE Linux 8.2
- Added a "Select DOWN interfaces" command to the "Select Other..." menu
- Host Resources MIB probe: processor loads and storage device usage may now be charted; users may now elect to suppress processing of some mount points
- Group custom icons (iconsets) by placing them in a folder in the Custom Icons folder
- In Strip Charts, DNS monitoring, escaping file and other names, printing, and other areas
You can find more information about the InterMapper update at the Dartware Web site. InterMapper is available starting at US$295.00, and InterMapper Remote is available for US$195.00.