Neon Software has announced the release of the newest major release of CyberGauge, its Internet bandwidth measurement application. The new version, 4.0, sports new features and Mac OS X compatibility.
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With CyberGauge, you can monitor and analyze the throughput of any Internet router. The software supports Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), and can also be used to help analyze traffic on other networked devices like servers, switches and hubs.
According to the developer, new features in CyberGauge 4.0 include: Supports Mac OS X natively. Customizable reports based on time of day and designated days. Customizable billing and QoS HTML report formats. Auto-configuration of interface alerts, reports, JPEG creation and other feedback settings. Automatic FTP of QoS Reports and JPEG bandwidth utilization images. Alerts when device is “down” and also alerts on device recovery. Two new alerts: SNMP Trap Alerts and, for Windows users, support for “net send” pop-up alerts. Expanded support for Cisco interface descriptions.
Neon Software sales director Laurie Williams said that CyberGauge’s value as a diagnostic tool has been enhanced with its customizable reports feature, which can generate reports based on time of day and designated days.
“IT directors can get highly specific, targeted bandwidth utilization statistics by monitoring throughput only during specified hours of use,” said Williams.
CyberGauge 4.0 is available for US$295 for a 5-device version. 10 and 20 device versions are available for $495 and $695. Multi-station versions are also available, starting at $1,500.
Upgrades from previous releases start at $99, depending on the license. Visit the
upgrade Web page for more details.