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    Default Network topology software

    Hi guys , so I am basically looking for a software for drawing network diagrams which is of course free.
    so what you guys are currently using and your feedback about this. hope I am not in the wrong forum.

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    I just have Visio, which isn't free - although I have a $10 personal copy of Office through my work organization. (Also, if you are a student you can get a cheap copy of Office 365.)
    There might be a trial version of something on the market, you can probably Google it and do your own research.
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    Visio is the one most people use I think
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    Great for any open source alternatives:
    https://www.osalt.com/visio

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    GNS3 and take screen shots?
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    I've been using draw.io a lot lately. Free, online and great for simple to moderate complexity diagrams.
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    thanks for all suggestions.
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