InterMapper Remote ™ 1.0.1 is now available. It fixes a number of minor
bugs: the release notes are appended to this note.
InterMapper Remote provides a remote view on your network. Working in
conjunction with InterMapper (http://www.intermapper.com), it will allow
you to see the real-time status of your routers, switches, servers, and
other networking equipment from a remote location.
InterMapper Remote is a cross platform tool. It runs on MacOS X, Windows
NT/2000, and various versions of Unix and Linux. The figure above shows the
same map viewed on MacOS X and a Windows computer.
InterMapper Remote 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. You can
also acknowledge alarms from InterMapper Remote.
Who can use InterMapper Remote?
* A consultant can watch their customers’ maps from the office.
* Help desk staff can see what’s happening on the InterMapper screen
* A network manager can see the live maps at home instead of looking
at the static web images.
You can download the current version from:
About Dartware LLC
Hanover, NH-based Dartware LLC develops network monitoring, alerting and
troubleshooting software. Flagship product InterMapper(R), a network
monitoring and alerting tool, was initially developed and implemented at
Dartmouth College to monitor the College’s campus network. The College
began marketing it commercially in July 1996 with great success. In April
2000, Dartmouth College transferred software titles to the newly-formed
company. Today, Dartware, LLC offers additional products including
InterMapper Remote, MacPing, SNMP Watcher, Net-SNMP for MacOS X, as well as
selected third-party hardware and software products. Visit Dartware on the
Web at www.dartware.com