NOTE: This website is obsolete. Nakahara Informatics, Inc. is no longer operational. This website has been preserved for historical interest, essentially as it appeared at the time of the last update (October 22, 2008), and the software available on this website may be used for free. However, there is no warranty of any kind, and these apps no longer work on modern OS X systems. Therefore, this may not be useful, except to historians and tinkerers resurrecting legacy systems.
iGet's New Connection window packs a lot of functionality into a simple interface.
In this picture above, the user can see a couple of the Macs on the local network in iGet's Bonjour-powered network browser. But he is connecting to his Xserve at work.
The address, username, and password have all been autocompleted for him--all he had to type was "x, Tab, Return" and the connection was initiated. iGet observes and remembers (but only if you want it to, of course).
The key icon indicates that iGet will first try to use public key authentication (since the user in this case has configured iGet to use his key file), and only fall back to using password authentication as a second choice.