Who is connected? 1.0

Easily monitor the status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) and Remote Login (SSH).
Who is connected? - The status bar item where you can easily kill all connections.
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Who is connected? is a small (780Kb) unobtrusive menu bar app which monitors the status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) and Remote Login (SSH) for Mac OS X.

Who is connected? shows both the status of AFP & SSH ( i.e. whether they are enabled or not in System Preferences ) and if users are connected to your Mac, all via a simple icon ( menu bar icon ) in the Mac OS X menu bar. In addition the user is notified of new SSH connections via Growl.

Main features:

  • Who is connected? will display the status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) directly in the menu bar.
  • Shows when users are connected via Apple File Sharing (AFP) in menu bar.
  • Shows status of Remote Login (SSH) in menu bar.
  • Shows when users are connected via Remote Login (SSH).
  • Notifies user of new SSH connections via Growl Notification Framework.
  • Enables user to check last log entry via Growl Notification Framework.
  • Enables user to set a custom SSH port for monitoring incoming connections.
  • Enables user to kill all existing SSH connections (Note: Disabling Remote Login in System Prefrences does not disconnect pre-existing tunnels.)
  • Provides quick access to file sharing preferences pane.

last updated on:
June 12th, 2009, 12:31 GMT
file size:
1.2 MB
price:
FREE!
license type:
Freeware
developed by:
Chris Jones
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Internet Utilities
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Who is connected? - The Preferences window where you can set the SSH port number.

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