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What's new in InterMapper 5.8.2:
- Contains bug fixes and enhancements:
- [BUG FIX] Vantage Point documentation has been clarified to explain unwanted alerts and how to avoid them.
- [BUG FIX] Web links on Demo Main Map have been fixed.
- [ENHANCEMENT] A number of improvements made to the licensing mechanism provide a more streamlined licensing experience.
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Easy to install network management tool featuring a user friendly workflowThe InterMapper software package comes with its own installer, so the deployment process is reduced to simply following the on screen instructions. Noteworthy is that, if you want to uninstall the InterMapper application, you must type the “sudo /usr/local/share/intermapper/Uninstaller.sh” command in the Terminal app.
However, that will not remove all the InterMapper settings files: to complete the process, you must also run the “sudo rm -rf "/Library/Application Support/InterMapper Settings" and the “sudo rm -rf /usr/local/imdc” commands in the Terminal (the passkey for your Mac’s admin account is required.)
Effortlessly map your network and monitor the status of each connected deviceInterMapper is able to automatically detect any workstation, server, router, and other gadgets that are in your network and have been assigned an IP address. What’s more, the utility constantly checks the status of each item, and automatically sends alerts in case of failure, by email, text, or sounds.
For your convenience, the InterMapper app also integrates a status bar menu that provides easy access to the control center, but also allows you to enable or disable the InterMapper daemon.
Powerful network monitoring solution that enables you to create geographic mapsInterMapper comes with a Map view that automatically generates a network chart taking into account both the automatically discovered and manually imported devices. The best part is that you can edit this representation: add a physical map as a background image, and then move the devices to match the actual locations.
To sum up, InterMapper is a great tool to have around if you need to have a clear view upon your network’s structure, while also keeping a close eye on the status of each device.
InterMapper was reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on January 30th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7 or later (Intel only)
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