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Cisco Recommended Security Architecture Template

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About the Cisco Data Network Diagram Template 

Cisco offers data center and access networking solutions built for scale with industry-leading automation, programmability, and real-time visibility. The Cisco Data Network Diagram template can help you design and showcase the organization’s network infrastructure. 

Keep reading to learn more about the Cisco Data Network Diagram Template.

What is the Cisco Data Network Diagram Template

The Cisco Data Network Diagram Template, like any other diagram, visually shows the design of the network infrastructure. The Cisco Data Network Diagram has unique icons and symbols. 

When to use Cisco Data Network Diagram Template

You can use the Cisco Data Network Diagram Template to visualize the telecommunication and computer network topology and layout. 

Here you can find the semantics of Cisco Data Network Diagrams: 

Shapes: Icons represent a Cisco service or product. 

Connectors: Use arrows to indicate flows (e.g. data, information, communication). Use a single-headed arrow to indicate a single initiator. Use a double-headed arrow to indicate that the icon shown at either end of the arrow can initiate a flow.

Layout and Grouping: Groups show the connection between multiple services/products and can represent layers of the architecture

FAQ about Cisco Data Network Diagram Template:

How do I make a Cisco Data Network Diagram Template?

To make a Cisco Data Network Diagram in Miro is easy. You can use our Cisco Data Network Diagram Template and customize it as you see fit. Once you have the diagram structure, you can start adding the icons. You can find the icons under our Cisco Icon Set integration.

Cisco Recommended Security Architecture Template

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