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Visual Network

Asset.Desk lets you create diagrams from your network structures. See at a glance the connections between your assets and how your network is structured.

You document e.g. in a topology plan, which network components (e.g., switches) your server, computer, network printer, or other network elements are connected to, and how network nodes are related to each other.
The bus, star or ring topology of your network becomes transparent.
With Visual Network, you can visualize the topology plan from your scanned objects in Asset.Desk with a few clicks.
An assistant helps you to parameterize the diagrams.

The interconnections of the devices can be defined directly in the diagram. Per drag & drop, other devices can simply be dragged from the device tree into the drawing.
You can add important data directly to the object in the drawing, such as port number, socket number or bandwidth. The maximum number of ports (of one switch) is monitored by the program.

You can design topology plans for the entire network or for areas such as locations or rooms.
Within the topology plan, the devices can be arranged automatically by area, so that you can see at a glance, in which room which devices are located.

All diagrams can be exported as Visio, JPG and PDF documents. Visio does not need to be installed on your computer.

In addition to topology plans, Visual Network can also create network plans and “virtual server” plans automatically.
Network plans document how the devices are integrated, connected and accessible in networks and subnetworks. “Virtual server” plans show in the diagram which virtual machines are operated on which host systems.

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