Cisco Network Templates
How To use Cisco Network Templates
Having some of our templates which are Wireless Mesh Network, Network Organization Chart, Roaming Wireless Local Area Network, Cisco ISG Topology Diagram, Cisco Express Forwarding Sample means facilitating drawing at the initial stage of using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM for creating Cisco network diagrams as well as getting used to our unique and truly great software that makes any of our users feel as if they were professionals in creating such diagrams even if they never had any experience in making anything similar before. Find our Libraries which are Cisco Basic, Cisco Buildings, Cisco IBM, Cisco LAN, Cisco WAN, Cisco Media, Cisco Optical, Cisco People, Cisco Routers, Cisco Security, Cisco Switches and Hub, Cisco Telepresences and many more (over 10 of them) to be able to create any Cisco diagram. And our Computer & Networks solution provides symbol libraries Cisco Basic, Cisco Buildings, Cisco IBM, Cisco LAN, Cisco WAN, Cisco Media, Cisco Optical, Cisco People, Cisco Routers, Cisco Security, Cisco Switches & Hub, Cisco Telepresences, etc.
This Cisco network diagram template is created using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software enhanced with Cisco Network Diagrams solution from ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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Interactive Voice Response (IVR) is a system of the prerecorded voice messages that allows a computer to interact with humans. IVR performs the function of the routing calls within a call center, using the information entered by the customer on the phone keypad in the touchtone mode.
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and show the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) network.
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Cisco switches and hubs deliver the best performance, and often used as network solutions for small businesses, enterprises, data centers. Cisco switches are the core interconnect devices of each computer network. The numerous Cisco switches specifically designed for various applications. Network switches are separated for two types: fixed configuration and modular switches. The fixed configuration switches deprecate swapping or adding another module, and vice versa for modular switch.
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ConceptDraw - Perfect Network Diagramming Software with abundant examples and templates. ConceptDraw Network Diagram is ideal for network engineers and network designers who need to draw Enterprise Private Network diagrams.
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Network infrastructure planning is a very important process in the network construction, and the share of time allocated to this within the scope of the entire project may reach 60-80%. A competent and thorough approach to planning contributes to the quick investment return, and also increases the reliability and flexibility of the final system, reducing the probability of additional costs related to the incorrect implementation.
Any planning begins with an analysis of the business requirements to the final system. Basic network parameters, which should be assessed are the scalability, accessibility, cost, speed and safety.
Speed and cost are often mistaken for the most important parameters, and the rest of the parameters aren't even remembered. This is not entirely correct. Initially, it is necessary to assess the business plans for the future, because sometimes it is more profitable to invest more money in the beginning. If the business is to develop, then, consequently, demands on
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If you have a small budget to design a computer network, you have to be very careful. One of the most cheap technologies to implement is a bus network topology, however it has many disadvantages. For instance, if the network cable is somehow damaged, the entire network won't work.
This diagram illustrates a so-called "Bus" network topology. This type of network arrangement means that each computer or other device is linked to a main link (bus). The end nodes are shown as a circle. The links to the bus are depicted as solid vertical lines. The bus is shown as a bold horizontal line. This diagram can serve as a template for creating logical or physical network diagrams. The set of vector libraries supplied with ConceptDraw Computer and Networks solution contains the symbols of all LAN and WLAN elements required for creating network diagrams of any configuration.
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ConceptDraw makes the entire process of network visualization easier thanks to the numerous ready-to-use objects included in the package for presentation of network equipment, LDAP directory symbols and many other objects that symbolize resources in most various representations.
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The Onion Diagram is a type of circular diagram which consists of the core circle and concentric circles that look like the cross sections of onion. The key value of the Onion Diagram is to visually demonstrate the relationships that lead to a successful final product or deliverable.
Design of Onion Diagrams and Stakeholder Onions Diagrams is a complex process, but ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software makes it easier thanks to the Stakeholder Onion Diagrams Solution from the Management Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park, and the set of included libraries and Onion Diagram templates.
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Wireless computer network diagrams help system administrators and network engineers to find out amount and type of equipment needed for each office LAN.
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When describing any computer network, we imagine a set of devices and nodes, arranged in some way. Talking about network structures, we should distinguish physical and logical network topologies, as physical topology is about devices location and logical topology illustrates data flow. In the same time, they do not have to match, and some devices, such as repeaters, may have a physical star layout, but a bus logical topology.
There are two main types of computer network topologies: Physical topology that show the physical organization of a network - equipment and types of connections. Star network topology involves a set of devices that is connected to a single hub (router). Ring network topology means that, devices connected according this topology have two connections, connecting with nearby devices to make a loop. Bus network topology is the topology presented at the current diagram. It is similar to a ring topology. The difference is that data moves up and down a linear connection, copying itself where network equipment works as bus-stations along the way. This network topology can be used for small network, or when adding an extra device into a network.
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Wireless computer network diagrams help system administrators and network engineers to find out amount and type of equipment needed for each office WLAN.
Picture: Find out what amount and type of equipment is needed for your office network