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How can I identify my network topology?

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Hi

I want to find out my network topology using any particular tool or software. Please advise
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Question by:jurjess
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by:sarangk_14
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Hi,

I don't mean to be rude, but since you haven't provided us any information about your network, whether this is an SME network, SOHO network, or a private small network, it's is very difficult to give you a fitting solution.
I would hence request that you search the Internet using Google. There are thousands if not more products that allow you to monitor and / or manage your networks. They all come in various price ranges; from free-ware to really expensive Enterprise management software.

Here are a couple of links that may be of help to you:
http://www.bitpipe.com/plist/term/Network-Monitoring-Software.html   (Products)
http://www.bitpipe.com/rlist/term/Network-Monitoring-Software.html    (Vendor Papers)

Hope this helps. Comments/ Suggestions/ Corrections are welcome.
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by:Rsys
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Hi,
         I have not used this one but have a look. http://www.mikrotik.com/thedude.php
Good luck
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Hi,
   Take a look at this page:  http://www.scos.nl/pages/adventnet_oputils.htm

   
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