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[img]http://www.campusinteractive.com/lan/lanopolis1/Images/NetworkInfrastructure.jpg[/img]

is there any software i can use to draw the similar network chart?

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[URL="http://www.edrawsoft.com/Network-Diagrams.php"]eDraw Network Diagrams[/URL]? I've never tried it, I just did a quick search for Network Diagram Software and that was one of the top hits. I can't remember what I used to use in class back when...someone is bound to mention it though.

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[quote name='Intrinsica' timestamp='1360844110' post='595521128']
[url="http://www.edrawsoft.com/Network-Diagrams.php"]eDraw Network Diagrams[/url]? I've never tried it, I just did a quick search for Network Diagram Software and that was one of the top hits. I can't remember what I used to use in class back when...someone is bound to mention it though.
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thanks i found that too but i prefer the one i posted eariler, do you happen to know what software is that ?

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Thats a Visio drawing... Just use Visio.

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[quote name='Jeff Tan' timestamp='1360844204' post='595521134']thanks i found that too but i prefer the one i posted eariler, do you happen to know what software is that ?[/quote]
Wait, you want the exact software that made the diagram you posted above?

EDIT: Yeah, should have added that you would want Visio then.

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Visio rocks for that. You might be able to find a 30 day trial from Microsoft. They even have rack diagrams.

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thanks everyone, you guys are great..off to dl the trial now =D

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Yeah Visio is an awesome program. Absolutely loved fiddling with it. Been a long time now though.

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Cisco Packet Tracer

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Try www.gliffy.com

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