Falk Stern took a set of the basic Cisco router and switch icons for Visio and created a handy OmniGraffle stencil set out of them. Firewalls, routers, switches and even the ubiquitous internet cloud are all available.
This is an excellent stencil set of formal network symbols, for when the poofy internet cloud simply isn't enough. Oh wait — the poofy internet cloud is still there, hiding behind the moniker of "Network Cloud". That seems formal, maybe not black tie, but pretty formal.
The first palette in the series contains the following stencils: - HP9000 N Class Front View - HP9000 N Class Rear View - HP9000 L Class Front View - HP9000 L Class Rear View - HP9000 V Class Front View (with shadow) - HP E-41 Rack Unit (Empty) - HP E-41 Rack Unit (With 4 N Class Front View) - HP E-41 Rack Unit (With 4 L...more
Voice, VoIP and other related devices.
Since I get a lot of feedback about how slow some stencils seem to function, and we're all too aware of performance on the very pretty yet complicated Network stencil, I've taken it upon myself to create some very spartan, almost abstract stencils of Apple machines, from the Second Era of Jobs. They are all to scale with each...more
Various types of probes and management hosts.
The SAN Devices palette will eventually contain stencils for Brocade and McData Fibre Channel switches used in creating Storage Area Networks as well as Hewlett Packard's XP Storage array and possibly a tape library. Currently only XP512 stencils are complete. The palette currently contains the following stencils: - HP XP512...more
Collection of hosts, clients and assorted support.