Rack Diagram is a two-dimensional frontal view of the rack which shows the placement of the specific equipment. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software proposes to execute the racking design process fast and easy using the Rack Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Example 1. Racking - Application Server Rack Diagram
The racking design process is usually complex, but now it is very simple thanks to the Rack Diagrams Solution which offers the Rack Diagrams library with numerous predesigned rack shapes. It's convenient to use them to quickly represent any of your racking ideas.
Example 2. Rack Diagrams Solution in ConceptDraw STORE
Turn also attention to the collection of predesigned templates and samples included in the Rack Diagrams Solution. They are available from ConceptDraw STORE and can be used as is, or you can make some changes according to your needs.
Example 3. Racking in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM
The samples you see on this page demonstrate the racking process in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM An experienced user spent 10-15 minutes creating this sample. The resulted rack diagrams and illustrations created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are always professional looking, attractive, and have a great success for the audience.
The rack diagrams designed with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are vector graphic documents and are available for reviewing, modifying, converting to a variety of formats (image, HTML, PDF file, MS PowerPoint Presentation, Adobe Flash or MS Visio), printing and send via e-mail in one moment.
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Cisco icons are globally recognized and generally accepted as standard for network icon topologies. The ConceptDraw vector stencils library "Cisco buildings" contains 21 symbols for drawing the computer network diagrams using the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software.
Picture: Cisco Buildings. Cisco icons, shapes, stencils and symbols
Interior design is an art of planning and coordinating the space in a building or on a floor to produce a charming and convenient environment for the client. You can ask professionals for help, or you can create floor plans easily with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM , using diverse libraries or altering numerous templates. You don’t need no formal training anymore to be a designer, isn’t it great?
Using a ConceptDraw DIAGRAM floor plan software makes depicting of home or office layout ideas a simple task. It does not require special skills to make detailed and scaled floor plans. Adding furniture to design interior is also a breeze. You can draw and furnish your floor plans with a floor plan software. Moreover, using software for floor planning you gain an opportunity to share your plans and high-resolution images of your designs with clients or stakeholders.
Picture: Create Floor Plans Easily with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Cisco Network Diagrams Solution from the Computer and Networks Area is the best for creating Cisco Network Diagrams thanks to numerous predesigned Cisco network icons.
Picture: Cisco Network Icons
There are several basic topologies including bus, star, point-to-point, ring and a hybrid. Two computers can form a fully connected network topology, and as the number of network nodes increases, the network diagram gets more complicated. This type of topology is also called a full mesh.
This is a visual example of a computer network built using a mesh topology. This diagram presents the schematic structure of the full mesh network topology. A common mesh network topology means that each network device is connected with several points in the network, so if the one node of the network goes down, it does not cause an issue with an operability of the entire computer network. In a full mesh network topology, every computer or device in the network is interconnected with each of the other devices in the network.
Picture: Fully Connected Network Topology Diagram
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.
Picture: Network Topologies