Mac OS X Software from FlrSoft
iSynCal is built to synchronize events and todo from iCal calendars between two or more Mac computers using the standard Apple File Sharing shipped with Mac OSX. You will no longer need to publish the calendars to be synchronized on an external Ftp or WebDav server nor a .Mac account.
You can also use iSynCal to synchronize some calendars between multiple users on the same Mac.
The iSynCal application is localized in Italian, German (thanks to Eberhard Woentz), Spanish (thanks to Alberto Canto) and partly in French (thanks to Stefania and Giusy La Rosa).
iSynCal Home Page
Using this application you can start/stop the TFTP service on your Mac and change its working path, that's where the files are sent to and received from by any TFTP client (e.g. a Cisco router or switch). In addition, other features are available to help you to seamlessy send and receive files from any TFTP enabled device to a Macintosh acting as TFTP server.
This is useful if you have a lot of network devices and want to store in a safe place all their configuration files and operating system binary images. These files can be reused later (or modified using a text editor on your Mac) to easily configure from scratch other similar devices or update their system image files.
TftpServer Home Page