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Cisco Routers. Cisco icons, shapes, stencils and symbols

Developing a network design, one should take into account the potential number of users, required interfaces, communication channels and then create a network map and an IP plan. You should also try to stick to the hierarchical network model, which has many advantages. First of all, it is the clarity of the network's organization. Also, the model implies modularity, which means easy capacity building if needed.

Another advantage is the increased resiliency which is achieved due to the duplication of devices or connections. According to this model, the network is divided into three logical layers. First level is the core level. There are high-performance devices at this level, such as routers, which main task is to transport data. This is followed by distribution level which provides the use of security policies, QoS, link aggregation and VLAN trunking, defines broadcast domains. The final level is the access level, the purpose of which is to connect the end devices, to mark traffic for the QoS, to implement ring protection(STP) and broadcast storm protection, to providing power to PoE devices.

The Cisco Network Diagrams solution uses Cisco network symbols and Cisco icons to visualize computer networks topology and equipment connections and arrangement. They are used by IT professionals and corporate IT departments, and network and system administrators, to visually document the topology and design of Cisco networks.

The ConceptDraw vector stencils library "Cisco Routers" contains 27 equipment symbols for drawing the computer network diagrams using the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software:

  • Router
  • Router, subdued
  • Router with silicon switch
  • Wavelength router
  • NetFlow router
  • uBR910
  • Broadband router
  • Gigabit switch ATM tag router
  • ATM tag switch router
  • Edge label switch router
  • Edge label switch router with NetFlow
  • Cisco 7505
  • Cisco 7507
  • Cisco 7500 ARS (7513)
  • Voice enabled router
  • TDM router
  • IP telephony router
  • IAD router
  • Content service router
  • Cisco storage router
  • Router with firewall
  • Wireless router
  • ASR 1000 series
  • ATM 3800
  • AXP
  • Cable modem
  • Ground terminal
Cisco Routers

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Sample 1. Design Elements — Cisco Routers (macOS, Windows) for Network Diagrams. Network equipment refers to hardware devices designed for local area networks, both wired and wireless. Active network equipment is powered from the electricity supply, portable battery, the computer via USB-port and other sources, also it can be used for amplification, conversion and processing of the network signal. Network equipment includes several device categories. Internal and external network adapters are used to connect to the network. Switches connect network nodes. Routers connect multiple network segments and filter traffic. Repeaters and amplifiers increase the range of action of the network signal. Media converters and transceivers convert the network signal from one type to another. Access points provide wireless access to an existing network or create a new wireless network. GSM-modems and gateways used to work with wireless GSM / GPRS / EDGE / UMTS / HSPA / LTE-networks.

The example "Design elements — Cisco Routers" is included in the Cisco Network Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.

Cisco Network Diagrams solution

Example 2. Cisco Network Diagrams solution

Icons, shapes, stencils, symbols and design elements for Cisco Network Diagrams:


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