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RE: standard network symbols/icons

  • From: Mark Segal
  • Date: Mon Jan 20 13:14:11 2003

Try.. http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/503/2.html  They are "cisco" icons..
But they are mostly the generic kinds as described by David in a follow up
email.

Mark

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Mark Segal
Director, Data Services
Futureway Communications Inc.
Tel: (905)326-1570


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael.Hawk@i-structure.com 
> [mailto:Michael.Hawk@i-structure.com] 
> Sent: January 20, 2003 12:01 PM
> To: nanog@trapdoor.merit.edu
> Subject: standard network symbols/icons
> 
> 
> 
> Hello,
> 
> Do any of the standards organizations (ISO?) have a set of 
> icons/symbols to represent network devices ranging from 
> routers to servers to load balancers? I've always used the 
> basic Cisco and Juniper icons, but I'm being directed to find 
> something not associated with a vendor in *any* way, but 
> prettier than rectangular boxes.
> 
> My google and ISO website searches have turned up empty aside 
> from an apparently independent attempt at developing standard symbols:
> 
http://www.meshuggeneh.net/shoki/symbols/

Does anyone know of any more official source?

Thank you,

-mike

------------
Michael Hawk
Senior Network Engineer
(i)Structure, Inc




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