has updated CyberGauge, its bandwidth monitoring utility, to make it compatible with Mac OS 10.2.5. Apple
released the latest update for Mac OS X
on April 10.
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
Besides Mac OS 10.2.5 compatibility, CyberGauge 4.1 offers enhanced FTP support an expanded range of supported SNMP-based devices, integrated online help and more. Version 4.1 is a free update to registered users of CyberGauge 4.0.
If you have a version of CyberGauge prior to 4.0, you can contact Neon Software for upgrading info. For new users, CyberGauge costs US$295, $495 and $695 for the five, 10 and 20 device versions, respectively.