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Network Diagramming and Documentation

netViz 4.0 lets you diagram and document your network components on the fly.

netViz Corporation has released version 4.0 of netViz, which provides a network diagramming and documentation solution for organizations of all sizes. netViz is designed around the notion that all information on your network should be stored in a single file. So, while it provides a drag and drop drawing environment populated with symbols for workstations, routers, patch panels, fiber optic links and other components, that’s only the graphical view. Behind the scenes, netViz continuously updates an internal database with information on components as you add them.

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