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Re: [OffTopic] Network documentation templates

Am Mittwoch, den 23.01.2008, 16:21 +0100 schrieb Dominique Görsch:
> Andrew McGlashan wrotes:
> > One thing you need to have when applying for a bunch of 
> > IPs is a suitable network diagram to justify the application.
> For diagrams of the network topology I use MS Visio (like in [1]). My 
> customers relish this kind of graphics in documentations. In the past I 
> had a small tool (at that time running on WfW) that scanned the network 
> recursive for machines (via Netbios and IP) and tried to paint a diagram 
> of the hosts and nodes. The graphic wasn't really pretty and 
> unfortunately I can't remember the name.
> Best regards
> Dominique Görsch
> [1] http://picpaste.de/topologie2.png - small diagram of my LAN at home
For those kinds of diagrams try gnu software Dia. Nagios can help to
mantain the network structure organization. I think it can even give you
a live network status map diagram.




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