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RE: Best way to draw own Diagram.... posted 12/02/2007
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I've been wondering about this as well.  Specifically how much diagramming
should one do?  Obviously we won't have time to sit and diagram every scenario
(one for BGP, one for OSPF, etc.), so is a good strategy to redraw the L3 once
and use different colors for protocols?  And is it worth it to redraw the

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> From: nergal888@xxxxxxxxxxx
> To: cciefun@xxxxxxxxx; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: RE: Best way to draw own Diagram....
> Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 14:04:43 +0000
> You CANT draw in the diagrams cisco provides you, instead you must draw in a
> big paper they give you, and they give you physical as well as topological
> layer 2 and layer 3 diagrama, but the better is to draw your own diagram.
> Hope Im not violating any stuff about confidentiality jeje
> >From: "ccie ccie" <cciefun@xxxxxxxxx>
> >X-OriginalArrivalTime: 02 Dec 2007 13:56:11.0434 (UTC)
> >FILETIME=[189388A0:01C834EB]
> >
> >Hi Techcy,
> >
> >   What best way do you guys suggest to draw the own diagram. Do guys
> >create
> >own your diagram as Physical, L2, L3 etc or just add things in given
> >diagram. If this is answered before i will do my search in GS more
> >extensively.
> >
> >Regards,
> >Mike
> >
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