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Subject:Need symbols for network diagrams From:"Linda Sims" <lsims -at- dset -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM Date:Mon, 24 Jan 2000 18:07:26 -0500
The weird thing is, I've seen these symbols on so many presentations.
Now I (or rather, our company's graphic artist) needs them and we
can't figure out where to find them.
Some of you may be familiar with these symbols--they're rather
abstract representations of network elements such as routers. I've seen
this shown as a 3D disk with arrows pointing in to and out from the
center, particularly on Cisco presentations.
I think these symbols are darned near generic. If someone can point us
to a place we can acquire them (free is best, but we're willing to pay),
our graphic artist will be very happy.
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