Dartware (the nucleus of which is comprised of former programmers from Dartmouth College) produces a heck of a lot of great Mac Internet software, and has some interesting commercial offerings. InterMapper is a an AppleTalk and IP network mapping and management tool that provides powerful Internet mapping and SNMP monitoring.
InterMapper is priced by the number of devices that you monitor. Every piece of network equipment (e.g., each router, switch, hub, etc) counts as a device. The total of the devices being monitored determines the license tier you will need. See the pricing page for more details.
Version 5.3 introduced a number of enhancements:
Version 5.3.2 is primarily a bugfix release.
InterMapper for Mac OS X requires Mac OS X 10.4 or newer. Any computer that can run Mac OS X will easily handle large maps. A minimum of 50 MBytes of disk space is required, although 1 GB or more will allow historical data to be stored. The Mac OS X InterMapper Remote application automatically selects the proper Java VM.
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For an interesting and objective third-party view of Apple's networking technology - from MacTCP through Open Transport and beywond - Peter Sichel's Sustainable Softworks page is unparalleled.
These are applications that are newer and of potential interest, but which I haven't yet selected for permanent inclusion. Have a look, and let me know if you think they deserve to be part of the permanent collection!