AirPort Monitor Utility
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Note: As of 3 November 2013, AirPort Monitor Utility was discontinued. The DRM has been removed, so it is free to use.

AirPort Monitor Utility allows you to view information about the Apple AirPort Base Station. It uses SNMP to retrieve base station data and then displays it in well organized tables providing easy access to detailed information.

Features include:
  • Basic AirPort information
  • AirPort uptime
  • Detailed interface information
  • Routing table view
  • Wireless connections
What's New
Version 1.1.6:
  • This application has been discontiuned.
  • The DRM has been removed from this version.
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS 10.4.1 or later
  • AirPort Base Station



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AirPort Monitor Ut... User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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RogerKatz commented on 31 Mar 2014
It "Unexpectedly Quits", upon trying to open under SnowLeopard.
[Version 1.1.6]


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+4

flash1296gmailcom8977 reviewed on 04 Nov 2013
Does not work under Mavericks
[Version 1.1.6]


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Dutchie commented on 30 Apr 2009
This utility (version 1.1.5) does not work with my new Dual Band Airport Extreme and Time Capsule. Don't waste your time with it!
[Version 1.1.5]

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Bastedo replied on 24 Jan 2011
I agree. Not sure which Airport/Time Capsule I have, but this won't connect with mine. No firewall in place. Just won't connect. Too bad.
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frequencydip reviewed on 04 Apr 2009
Couldn't figure out how to get it to connect to my base station.
[Version 1.1.5]


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Jonathan Gubler commented on 12 Nov 2007
Can't connect to any Base Station (timeout) - pity!
[Version 1.1.4]


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J Bruns commented on 23 Feb 2007
I found AirPort Monitor Utility 1.1.3 to be extremely useful in my work environment, which is a K12 school with a few dozen airport extremes.
The only huge problem I have is that since going through two Macbooks (1 hardware failure and 1 upgrade to core 2 duo) my license for the software is no longer valid. After trying for many months to get in contact with the developer/author I have given up.

Bottom line: I paid for software and am now unable to use this software I paid for which is extremely frustrating.
[Version 1.1.3]

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J Bruns replied on 06 Mar 2007
After this post I promptly heard back from the developer and my serial number has been reset. All hope is not lost.

Great utility and worth the cash, just be wary if you frequently change hardware.
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Lee Majors reviewed on 20 Feb 2006
Nothing I hate more than shareware that doesn't let you use before you buy. I must have tried this before, and now it thinks my trial has expired.
[Version 1.1]

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neutralzone replied on 12 May 2006
Ah, but you did use it before, so your statement is self-contradictory.
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Anonymous reviewed on 21 Jan 2004
It would be useful if it could watch my baby monitor. It keeps shutting off for no reason. Why can't developers use their imaginations more and make things useful? As I woman I prefer software that is not "just for the men".
[Version 1.0.1]

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Narf_tm replied on 27 Jan 2004
I would be happy to help you with any problems you are having. Please email me (support@trulycertifiable.com) with the following information:
OS version
AirPort model and firmware version

Do you have the BSD subsystem installed? Are you running Panther? Is the baby monitor networked?
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Nicecaman replied on 06 Jul 2005
Regardless of the quality of software, please don't degrade your self and other women by statements like that. We are all equals, but some people know more about computers and software then others. Regardless of sex, creed, ethnic background and religion. Many women work with these issues and some of them does it better then any men, likewise some of us men don't understand computers at all. I, my self, are struggling at times. But to overcome my shortcommings, I read, ask questions, look for info. on the net and I'm slowly getting better at it. If I can do it, so can you. Don't give up, keep at it.
Loving greatings from Camán
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+4
gregarios replied on 09 May 2006
LOL!
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jan 2004
Crash on startup with a G3 labtop (pismo) with 10.3 installed
Does work on a G4 733 with 10.3 but then I can't connect to my blue/silver 802.11b airport...
Would love to see this thing working soo ;-)
[Version 1.0]

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Matthew Ross (developer) replied on 14 Jan 2004
Do you have the BSD Subsystem installed on the laptop? Please email me at support@trulycertifiable.com
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Anonymous reviewed on 12 Jan 2004
Well, the wait is over! If you have a Apple AirPort Extreme this is the must have tool to see just what is going on under the chrome Apple of the AirPort Extreme.

Just put in your AirPort internal IP address and the password. Hit connect and in a moment you have some wonderful insight as to what is happening in that mystery box.

The tool uses SNMP v2c. It walks the MIB and gathers information about the AirPort and displays it in a manner that is clear.

You get information about the system, interfaces and routing tables. You also get to see what is on the wireless side and the protocols! This is too cool!

A really nice feature is seeing the signal strength for each wireless connection. This allowed me to tune the location of my basestation and some of the settings.

The only thing that needs work is the Help. While it has lots of information, more detail is required on using the tool.

Overall I give this a full 5, Best. The fact that I just got it and have already reaped major benefits from it just in tuning the wireless is huge.
[Version 1.0]


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Type:Utilities : Network
License:Free
Date:04 Nov 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Note: As of 3 November 2013, AirPort Monitor Utility was discontinued. The DRM has been removed, so it is free to use.

AirPort Monitor Utility allows you to view information about the Apple AirPort Base Station. It uses SNMP to retrieve base station data and then displays it in well organized tables providing easy access to detailed information.

Features include:
  • Basic AirPort information
  • AirPort uptime
  • Detailed interface information
  • Routing table view
  • Wireless connections
  • Signal strength to each connected client
  • DHCP lease information
  • Detailed protocol information
  • Multiple AirPort Base Station support
  • Keychain support
  • Bonjour support
  • Auto refresh
  • Notification for events


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