InterMapper RemoteAccess 5.7.1

View and configure your InterMapper system from any location
InterMapper RemoteAccess provides a remote view on your network.

InterMapper RemoteAccess works in conjunction with InterMapper, and alllows you to see the real-time status of your routers, switches, servers, and other networking equipment from a remote location.

InterMapper Remote is a tool that connects to an InterMapper server (a copy of InterMapper running in your office or data center) and displays an up-to-date copy of any of the maps on your screen.

You can click on any device to get detailed information about it, or click on a link to see traffic statistics about the device.

Main features:

  • Real-time Network Monitoring:
  • Employs its own interface (not a browser), enabling dynamic data display without the need to refresh
  • Seamless access to up-to-the-minute network maps and status reports
  • Powerful:
  • Control every aspect of your InterMapper server
  • Create, edit and view all maps, submaps, alerts, status windows, etc.
  • Flexible:
  • Runs on most popular operating systems
  • Optional use of SSL encryption available
  • Easy to Use:
  • Same familiar InterMapper interface
  • Simple connection from single port to work through a firewal

last updated on:
January 21st, 2014, 14:55 GMT
file size:
22.4 MB
price:
$290.00
 
developed by:
Dartware LLC
license type:
Trial 
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.5 or later
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Network/Admin

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What's New in version 5.7.1 Beta 2
  • [BUG FIX] Fixed the "NULL BISD in updateMaskRegion" error that occurred in certain Linux versions. (BZ 8035)
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