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Subject:Re: Network Symbology From:John Gilger <jgilger_it -at- NV -dot- DOE -dot- GOV> Date:Tue, 2 Feb 1999 14:38:24 -0800
Try Visio 5.0. It has a set of networking templates. I don't recall
if they had something for twisted pair, coax, etc. Of course, you could
use varying line widths or dashed lines to designate different cabling
From: Steve Struck [SMTP:stephens -at- ALR -dot- COM]
Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 1999 2:25 AM
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Subject: Re: Network Symbology
I am in the process of documenting an existing network
configuration. Along with
the descriptive text, I will be doing some block diagram
further clarify what is currently installed. I have done some
checking, but can't seem to locate any standard symbols to be
used to illustrate
this type of installation (e.g., twisted-pair cable, coax, hubs,
I'm not even certain that any standard exists.