Network Notepad

Network Notepad

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Windows 8/10

draw interactive network diagrams Network Notepad is a utility for drawing interactive network diagrams, with user definable management features such as point and click telnet, FTP, HTTP and Ping. The objects can be selected from the supplied library and dragged into the diagram, where they can be linked together using different link styles. The diagrams can be linked with other diagrams and you can also call any third party application with the IP address or object name supplied as the argument. You can also export your network diagrams as bitmap file. A Pro version with additional features is available for purchase. Copyright

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PublisherJason GreenPrice Free
Version5.0.29  historyLast updatedMay 22, 2019
File Size1.70 Mb Requirements.NET Framework 3.5

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Not spectacular3 starsby gimpguy Oct 13, 2008 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
It's free. That's it's best point. The interface goes back a long way, plus I keep getting runtime errors when trying to link or undo an action. Finally managed to set up the whole network, recognized devices fine, then I got an orange question mark on one PC, before I knew it, another runtime error, the whole thing shut down and I wasn't trying it again. Even when holding the shift key, I kept getting that annoying pop up stating I should hold the shift key, uh.... ok. So it's alright for free if you are one who has no issues with it. Once again, it's free so can't complain too much. showReview details
Very good program!5 starsby SEGStriker May 23, 2007
This program is easy to use and help users to create good looking network diagrams quickly. showReview details
Good to draw network diagrams and more !4 starsby mdede1 Oct 10, 2005
Good free program to draw network diagrams and more ! showReview details
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