ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer for Win 5.5
Scan and diagram your LAN, prepare network documentation, plan network design.
ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer has been designed for professional computer network diagramming, LAN scanning and visualization, preparation of network documentation, office/building/home network planning. The software is oriented to network administrators, IT directors, network designers and engineers, and for everyone for whom detailed network documentation, diagramming and schematics is critical. The software includes large collections of task-specific shapes of network objects as well as templates, samples, and easy-to-use wizards.
ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer allows you to draw not only professional network and system diagrams and schematics but also all types of UML diagrams, floor plans and office layout drawings, flowcharts and dataflow diagrams, workflow and others. Includes special libraries of highly detailed, accurate shapes and graphics of computers, servers, hubs, switches, printers, mainframes, faceplates, routers and other computer networks, telecommunications, wireless Internet, power, storage and other equipment.
New specialized wizards:
- Lan Scanner Wizard. Allows you to automatically scan your local network and draw a detailed diagram of LAN. You can specify what services and resources to be included into your diagram.
- Cable Length Estimator. Wizard allows to virtually lay the cable on the floor plan and calculate the length of the used cable.
- IP subnet mask calculator. This tool calculates what subnet mask should be used to get the required number of networks or nodes.
Powerful export/import capabilities. ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer imports and exports files to a large number of raster, vector, multimedia and text formats, making it easy to exchange data with other applications. Apart from most popular graphic formats, it supports AutoCAD DXF files, allows to create and edit MS PowerPoint files, export documents to PDF and HTML with hyperlinks. MS Visio Support. Built-In Script Language.
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