Can anyone suggest a small Windows based Network Documentation software which support network visual view and device (routers, switches, links ... etc) function descriptions.
Not sure what you mean by "small", but Visio is the industry standard. If you wish to exchange layout information with other engineers, visio is what they will be using.
I have a network documentation project(physical and logical). The environment has 100 server, 15 swithces, 15 printers, etc which has 5 racks. My challenge will be trying to following cables, for example, on port 5 of a Cisco switch which is bundled with other cables. Any suggestions for this? Cisco Network Assistant might help. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Not just each switch, but each switch port. The Mac addresses are specific to a port, so you can tie a server to a specific switchport.
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I'm putting together a logical network diagram that includes routers/swtiches and port connection for each port. Any suggestion on how I can do this without for each switch port to ensure it makes sense but not too disorganize?