I've just started working at a small Data Center and need to put together a list of all wiring completed.
We have multiple rooms, multiple tenants and multiple patch panels.
What I was left was an ugly spreadsheet that has no "flow" to it.
I'm looking for a software solution (as cheap, if not free) to make it easier to follow the cable from point A-B and also to be able to see what ports are open on the patch panels for new wiring needs.
I really don't need to document what physical equipment it is connected to, just the route from 1 cable end to the other.
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