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    software for network documentation


    I am looking for a good software for network/server documentation.
    Do you know a good one. Better if it's free


    ddaas

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    please be more spacific there is tons of documentation out there and it is all free...unless you buy a book are u looking for web server doc's or mail server doc's or print server doc's or ftp server doc's?.....ect.....
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    I want to document all layers of the OSI Model.

    I want to start with physical layer (L1). For this I need a good program which helps me drawing diagrams etc.

    I want to finish with server configuration (ex: BIND, SAMBA).


    All the best,
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    If you want to buy a book, I'd suggest Networking Complete by Sybex. It can be found on Amazon for under USD10 I think. It's a great read with everything related to networking in it.
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