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10-Strike Network Diagram - Software for Creating and Drawing Topology Diagrams

Explore your local network's topology, document LAN layout, and create diagrams easily with our network diagrammer program!

10-Strike Network Diagram Screenshots 10-Strike Network Diagram is a powerful network topology discovery software for Windows for the quick creation of a visual diagram and exporting it to Microsoft Visio, vector or raster images. The program scans your local area network, automatically builds a graphical network graph (map), displays computers and devices of different types as special icons, discovers network topology, and draws links between the devices (if your switches support the SNMP protocol).

Create and save network diagrams in popular graphical formats, copy and paste diagrams to documents, print them, or export to Microsoft Visio for further processing.


Use Cases for 10-Strike Network Diagram:

  • Do you need a network diagram of your LAN for documentation?
    Our program will discover your network topology and you can draw network diagrams easily using our powerful network diagram editor.
  • Are you a new administrator and you would like to analyze your LAN topology?
    Start discovering your network and creating vector icon diagrams using our program!
  • Would you like to draw a network map but you do not know how to work with MS Visio and other complicated products?
    Try our program for free and see how fast and easily you can draw LAN diagrams and discover network topology in the automatic mode using SNMP.
  • Would you like to inspect and discover networks at your customer's sites and save network diagrams for future analyzing?
    Scan your prospect's networks using a laptop with our network diagrammer program, build network diagrams and maps, save or print them, and decide how to deploy your devices better into the existing prospect's network infrastructure.


Benefits of Using the Program

10-Strike Network Diagram was awarded by PC Magazine/RE in the BestSoft 2010 contest
  • Discover and map local-area network topology
  • Discover switch port names and network devices via SNMP
  • Draw LAN diagrams for documents
  • Document your network topology
  • Export network diagrams and maps to MS Visio


10-Strike Network Diagram was awarded by PC Magazine/RE in the "BestSoft 2010" contest!

Operating systems supported: Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10; Server 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019



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How Network Diagramer Program Works

10-Strike Network Diagram offers two ways to creating a network topology map.

The first one is automatic diagram creation. According to user-defined IP ranges and scanning methods, the application attempts to locate devices within the network. Available search methods include pinging over ICMP, scanning specified TCP ports, and attempting to convert IP address to MAC (ARP). The application runs several parallel threads for searching for devices within a specified range. Scanning a range of 1500 IP addresses takes no more than 3-4 minutes. The application can also locate devices with active SNMP agents: switches, network printers, routers, etc. Using the data obtained from the switches over SNMP, the application draws graphic connections between the network devices it has found. While doing that, the program will make up a pretty picture of icons and connection lines on the map in the form of graphs. Connections to a switch are labeled with port names of that switch. 10-Strike Network Diagram employs an original sophisticated algorithm for recognizing types of the devices. Thus, the application can recognize networked and local printers, servers, database servers, routers, switches, and hubs.

The second way is manual editing. The software includes a library of objects, graphic primitives, and lines. With simple manipulations, required icons can be placed on a diagram, linked with connection lines, and marked with areas. All the operations are intuitive and do not take much time to complete.

A ready network diagram can be saved as a vector (Windows Metafile) or raster (JPEG, PNG, BMP) image, or exported to a Microsoft Visio document. The program can print the diagram on paper with options for setting the printing quality, position on page, and page orientation.

Learn More about our Network Diagrammer -> "10-Strike Network Diagram: Get the Picture of Your Network"

Learn More about the Network Topology Diagram Creation


Network Diagrammer Screenshots

Enterprise network diagram example:

10-Strike Network Diagram Screenshot. Click to open a fullsize image.


Scanning and discovering network topology via SNMP and creating network diagrams:

How to create a network diagram. Click to open a fullsize image.


Starting from the version 2.2, the program can create global networks diagrams using route tracing. The program allows you to use Google Maps as background images:

Building a global network diagram. Click to open the fullsize image.

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info What else? If you want to monitor hosts placed on your network diagrams, try our network mapping and monitoring program LANState Pro


network diagrammer, mapper, and monitor 10-Strike LANState Pro
This is a network mapping, monitoring, and administration software for Windows networks. In addition to almost the same network diagrammer features as 10-Strike Network Diagram has, LANState Pro contains a network device status monitor that allows you to see the state of network devices on a graphic diagram in the real time, and to receive notifications when your network devices go down or recover. Respond to failures promptly and minimize expenses!

10-Strike Network Diagram has the same vector graphics engine, but it cannot monitor state of your network devices as 10-Strike LANState Pro can. This is the main difference between these two network mapping programs while the network topology discovery and drawing engine is the same.

We recommend you to try both programs and see which program suits your needs better. 30-day trials are available for downloading for both applications.