Wireless Network Diagram Examples
The ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a best wireless network diagramming software. Wireless Network solution includes several wireless network diagram examples that users can modify and make your own diagram. TheConceptDraw DIAGRAM software helps users to quickly transition from an idea to the implementation of a wireless computer network.
Sample 1. Design elements of wireless network diagram.
Wireless Network solution contains template, samples and a library of vector stencils that extends ConceptDraw Pro diagramming software functionality in order to help network engineers visualize Wireless Network. Network engineers and designers use this solution to design, create and illustrate the wireless computer networks.
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Today, we can’t imagine our lives without daily data exchange. To call a set of devices that can be connected with each other a computer network, we must be sure that these devices support appropriate protocols to transfer data. A network consisting of personal devices is private, and global computer networks, for example, Internet, connects network nodes worldwide.
This diagram represents a computer telecommunication network. The network depicted on the current diagram is featured with networked communication devices that provide data exchange through Internet. The network interconnections and connections between Internet nodes are settled using the cable media and wireless media. The nodes are the network workstations (terminals). and host computers. This network diagram was drawn with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM and its Computer and Networks Diagrams solution.
Picture: Computer Network. Computer and Network Examples
The reliability is a cornerstone for any corporate computer network. If you want to provide a high fault tolerance, a mesh network topology would be the solution. The main advantage of this network is that every node can work as a commutator, although it’s not easy to set up this kind of network.
A mesh network topology may be full, or partial. Full mesh network means that each node of the network (computer, workstation or other equipment) is connected directly to each of the other nodes. A partial mesh topology means that a part of nodes are connected with a whole network, and the other part of nodes are only connected to those equipment, they exchange the majority of data. This illustration shows schematic diagram of a partial mesh network containing six nodes. Each node is represented as a circles and connections are drawn as straight lines. The connections may be both wired and wireless. This scheme can be used to make the specific logical or physical network diagrams by means the ConceptDraw Computer and Networks solution.
Picture: Mesh Network Topology Diagram
A family evening in a restaurant can be just charming, the problem is to find a one. If you spend an extra day to create a good restaurant floor plan, that will surely brings more clients. By the time your restaurant gets more popular, don’t forget about the quality of service.
The restaurant floor plan you see on this page was made with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM in accompanied with Cafe and Restaurant Plans solution. It introduces facilities of the solution and demonstrates the results, you can obtain if you deploy ConceptDraw tools for generating floor plans and interior designs for cafe, restaurants or other catering establishments. A little less than three hundred vector objects, and a set of built-in templates and a set of examples will maintain your creativeness.
Picture: Restaurant Floor Plans
Installing a wireless network is not very different from a regular network. After you configure the interfaces, the half of network configuration is done. You should also set routing, masquerading and set all the addresses.
This Interactive Voice Response Diagram (IVR) diagram depicts topology of an IVR system and shows physical and logical structure of an IVR system. It is created using facilities of the ConceptDraw solutions: Computer and Networks Diagrams in conjunction with Interactive Voice Response Diagrams. The diagram helps to understand how the call-center's equipment interacts with customer's calls to route them in the proper manner enabling client to get a useful response.
Picture: Network Configuration
With best content of the Wireless Network solution that includes more than 10 building pre-designed objects network engineers can illustrate the computer network of a building.
Picture: Illustrate the Computer Network of a Building
Netflow is a network protocol used for accounting the IP network traffic. It was developed by Cisco Systems. Now it is actually the industrial standard, it is supported by many devices. There are several versions of the protocol, but the most common are the versions 5 and 9.
This diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the Netflow architecture.
Picture: Netflow architecture. Computer and Network Examples
Wireless Networks solution from ConceptDraw Solution Park extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software to help network engineers and designers efficiently design, create and illustrate WAN network diagram of any complexity. The ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software helps users to quickly transit from an idea to the implementation of a Wireless Network WAN
Picture: Wireless Network WAN
A Home Area Networks (HAN) is a type of local area network that is used in an individual home. The home computers can be connected together by twisted pair or by a wireless network. HAN facilitates the communication and interoperability among digital devices at the home, allows to easier access to the entertainments and increase the productivity, organize the home security.
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the home network diagram.
Picture: Home area networks (HAN). Computer and Network Examples
The ConceptDraw vector stencils library Cisco WAN contains equipment symbols for drawing the computer wide area network diagrams.
Picture: Cisco WAN. Cisco icons, shapes, stencils and symbols