••• NOTE: This application uses SNMP to measure traffic on a network devices. Please ensure your device DOES support SNMP before making a purchase. •••
You have a router or switch and you want to graph the traffic forwarded through its interfaces. You have used Web based tools to do that and to keep the historical data, but you’d like to get a real-time graph for your traffic. Or, you don't really have the time or desire to set up a web server and install relevant web tools. Sounds familiar? iNetGrapher is the right application for you!
• iNetGrapher is a small application that’s designed to allow Network Administrators instantly see in real-time how much traffic is passing through any SNMP-enabled device. Just enter the hostname and community, pick the interface from the list and voila!
• iNetGrapher allows its user to run multiple graphs for multiple interfaces and devices simultaneously. Now you can immediately check what effect the changes you make in the network have on the traffic.
• Written with Network Administrators and Network Engineers in mind as primary users, the tool will also be useful System Administrators wanting to measure traffic in and out of their servers or any user curious to see which device generates or receives traffic in their network.
This version of iNetGrapher introduces support for macOS Mojave Dark Mode. More detailed changes below:
• NEW: Implement support for macOS Mojave Dark Mode
• BUGFIX: Fix minor errors and memory leaks in the code which should improve overall stability
• CHANGE: Bundle a newer version of CorePlot library
Ratings and Reviews
This software is OK. It’s better than NetUse Traffic Monitor in that you can easily monitor multiple interfaces from multiple devices. What would make this application better is a way to aggregate data from multiple ports on a single device into one. Another cool feature would be a way to automatically load devices and their ports as well as a way to label the ports something meaningful; i.e.; “Accounting” instead of the physical interface names. Something more concise than 1 window per port would go a long way too. For what it’s worth I knew some of these limitations when I bought the software just from the screenshots, just pointing out what I think would be better. While it’s a handy tool it would be nice if you could more easily monitor a large subset of devices and their ports, i.e., some single base window that just shows a tree of devices, ports (with custom labels) and their activity and ability to open a new window that graphs the activity of specific ports (or even at the device level).
Simpile yet powerful app!
Easy to use and navigate, with a clear output. Great tool to use in a crisis or for simple interface monitoring.
Not working !!!!!!
The application interface is a disaster. Does not detect any devices and does not function. Complete rip off. DO NOT BUY
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.