Network Diagramming and Documentation

Network Documentation

Welcome to Rate My Network Diagram!

The idea of setting this site up was not to make it possible for people to vote on the "look" of a network diagram. The purpose of this site is to allow people to learn about computer networking and network documentation by seeing what other people have done with their networks -- all for free.

Along with rating network diagrams, users may also leave comments or messages in the RMND forum to interact with other users of the site. When rating other user's network diagrams or designing your own diagram, please keep in mind ratings should be based on the function of the network and not the graphic design capabilities of the network administrator.

How it works: You signup and become a member. Once signed up you can upload your image. Once we approve your image, it will begin to appear on the site. Visitors will view your image and rate it depending on their own personal opinion of the flow, functionality, implementation, etc. of your network. Visitors may also leave public comments about you, and some may even decide to leave you a private message.

Rules: No porn allowed! We approve all images before being shown on the site. So you lose either way, if you upload porn you will be deleted. To keep the site as fast as possible, all images must be smaller than 350 Kb in file size.

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If your work involves setting up or maintaining a computer network, you probably already know that Visio is an excellent tool for network design and documentation. If you're a pro, chances are that you already have dozens, if not hundreds, of network diagrams, and your own tricks for using them efficiently. But even the most experienced Visio wiz can use a few tips now and then, so here are seven favorites.   more...    
posted on 02/09/06 by admin: Need network diagram samples? Use
Documentation is pretty important to an IT organization. Without it, there's no good way to transfer knowledge quickly when it's really needed. If you are the only network guy, or server admin in your company, if you don't document well, it will be very difficult for you to handoff responsibilities to someone else. This means you can't get sick for very long or take decent sized vacations.    more...    
posted on 02/09/06 by admin: Network DNA Blog
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