Wireless Network LAN
Wireless computer network diagrams help system administrators and network engineers to find out amount and type of equipment needed for each office LAN.
TheConceptDraw DIAGRAM software helps users to quickly transit from an idea to the implementation of a wireless computer network.
Sample 1. Ad Hoc Wireless Network Diagram.
This example illustrate the topology of wireless local area network (WLAN).
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System administrators of the whole world successfully use the Active Directory Domain Services. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM offers the Active Directory Diagrams Solution from the Computer and Networks Area with powerful drawing tools developed specially for all specialists which need create various active directory domain diagrams in their work activity.
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A Storage area network (SAN) is a dedicated network that provides access to data storage and operations only on the block level. SAN usually has own network of storage devices/elements and disk arrays that are connected with each other and to a remote data-sharing network. SANs are widely used for enhancing the storage devices (optical jukeboxes, disk arrays, tape libraries) that are accessible for networked servers.
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. It shows the hybrid of Storage area network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) technologies.
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ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Wireless Networks Solution gives the ability to its users to create professional looking WLAN schemes and diagrams quick and easy.
It is impossible to imagine mechanical engineering without drawings which represent various mechanical schemes and designs. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software supplied with Mechanical Engineering solution from the Engineering area of ConceptDraw Solution Park offers the set of useful tools which make it a powerful Mechanical Drawing Software.
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Computer and Networks solution extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software with the ability to create professional-looking Cisco network diagrams quickly and easily, allowing you to clearly represent and communicate network architecture, topology, and design to engineers, stakeholders and end-users.
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The Cisco Network Diagrams Solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park helps you to create the Cisco Network Diagrams quick and easy using the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software.
The Cisco Network Diagrams Solution contains 14 libraries with 450 ready-to-use predesigned vector objects.
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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.
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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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When designing a network, it is important to take into account the hierarchy of network devices. When you have a root device you should consider a tree network topology that might have any number of lower levels as you might need. This technology is based on star and bus network topologies.
This is a schematic representation of a Tree computer network topology. A tree topology means that some star networks are linked together. A star network is a topology of the local network where a central workstation is connected with each end-user computer or peripherals. A tree structure means that, the central nodes of these star networks are linked to a main cable (the Bus topology). So, a Tree network topology is a few Star networks connected into a Bus topology. This scheme can be applied to draw the particular physical or logical network diagrams using the ConceptDraw Computer and Networks solution.
Picture: Tree Network Topology Diagram