I've downloaded the "Visio_Generic_Icons.vss" before but I can't find them on the Cisco site now. I do have a copy of the file and it does work in the latest version of Visio. It's 227kb if you want me to email it to you.
Here is the link for the Cisco Packet Icon Library MS-PowerPoint document last updated Feb 14, 2002. http://www.cisco.com/packet/network-icons You may want to copy and paste icons into Visio. You may want to then zoom in on an icon in Visio, turn on View Connection Points, select the Connection Point Tools on the toolbar and Ctrl-click to add connection points to your icon (i.e. router or switch) to have plenty of connection points to which your Connector Lines can attach.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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