NFS Manager is a small tool that provides easy access to the NFS features of Mac OS X. As an operating system with a Unix core, Mac OS X is able to support the Network File System (NFS) protocol. NFS is the accepted industry standard for sharing files between Unix systems. Although NFS is a built-in component of Mac OS X, users cannot access this feature without special knowledge and use of the command-line. NFS Manager solves this problem by providing an easy-to-use Aqua interface for the definition of NFS connections.
YpFw is a frontend to ipfw and dummynet. It was developed to ease the setting and managing of ipfw rules and dummynet pipes on FreeBSD. It features a curses text interface, which allows the user to add/delete rules, update/clear rules counters, and add/delete/configure pipes. It is not meant as a replacement to ipfw; the user will need to understand ipfw and dummynet rules and syntax.
LivingNet allows users to check the health of a network and let everybody be informed if one of the main servers is no longer accessible. The important difference to other server checking software is that there is not only one station that will look for the health of servers and workstations, but the check is made by as many different stations as it is installed on.