InterMapper RemoteAccess for Mac
The InterMapper Mac OS X application offers you the possibility to map your network and monitor the status of any connected device that has been assigned an IP address. InterMapper RemoteAccess offers you the possibility to remotely connect to any InterMapper server and perform different maintenance and analysis tasks.
Easy to install utility that provides remote access to your InterMapper servers
Like with many other OS X applications, the installation procedure for InterMapper RemoteAccess is reduced to a simple drag and drop to the Applications directory. In the same fashion, to remove the utility, all you have to do is move it to the Trash.
The next step is to launch the app and input the details of the InterMapper servers that you want to access remotely: the number of servers that can be added depends on your license. Note that you will also need credentials that authorize the access.
Remotely manage any network that is monitored by an InterMapper installation
Once you connect to an InterMapper server, you will be able to access the contained maps and traffic logs, or to visualize reports in real time for the entire or for each specific device. Moreover, you will have the option to receive alerts or define new ones.
As a result, InterMapper RemoteAccess can be successfully employed to test the performance of multiple networks, or to identify specific network problems in no time. This can prove to be very useful if your organization has multiple locations.
Powerful yet easy to use solution for monitoring your network from a remote location
If you are using the InterMapper application to keep an eye on your network’s performance, the InterMapper RemoteAccess utility pushes things even further by allowing you to analyze the status of multiple networks from a remote location. All in all, InterMapper RemoteAccess can prove to be an useful addition to your network monitoring tools collection.