Logical Topology

A Logical Topology includes all Layer 3 devices. There are no Layer 2 devices in the Logical Topology. With a Logical representation of your network you can easily follow the flow of traffic through the network.

Subnet Ovals

Subnet Ovals show the IP subnet and IP prefix plus the Layer 2 VLAN assigned to the IP subnet.

Automatic Layouts

Choose from multiple automatic layouts to display the topology

Device List

Use the Device List to determine what devices are shown in the topology

Export Topologies

You can export your Logical Topology to many common formats.

vPhysical Topology


A vPhysical Topology includes physical devices and virtual representations of the physical hardware. The Cisco ASA and the Cisco Nexus 7k are examples of devices that can be virtualized physically. The ASA uses Security Context and the Nexus 7k uses Virtual Device Context. The vPhysical Topology contains Physical and Virtual Interfaces and Layer 2 VLANs. The vPhysical allows you to visualize the virtual path through your physical environment.


Physical Topology

A Physical Topology includes physical devices. The Physical Topology does not contain Layer 2 information. There are no VLANs or Virtual Interfaces like port-channels. With a Physical Drawing you can disconnect all cables between network devices and reconnect them.

Automatic Layouts

Choose from multiple automatic layouts to display the topology.

Device List

Use the Device List to determine what devices are shown in the topology.

Export Topologies

You can export your Physical Topology to many common formats.

Use Data Grids to access the data that creates the Logical Topology.

Data Grids can be viewed on the screen, printed out or exported to multiple formats.

Information contained in the Logical Data Grid.

  • Device Id
  • Device Name
  • IP Subnet
  • IP Address
  • Admin and Operational Status
  • Interface Description
  • VLAN

Group and Filter

Select a column and group the data by that column. Choose any column to apply a filter for that column.

Export and Print

Data in the Data Grids can be exported to popular formats like CSV, XLS, PDF and HTML. The Data in a Data Grid can also be printed.

Use Data Grids to access the data that creates the vPhysical Topology

Data Grids can be viewed on the screen, printed out or exported to multiple formats.

Information contained in the vPhysical Data Grid

  • Device Name
  • Device Type
  • VLANs
  • Interface Speeds
  • Interface MAC Addresses
  • Local Interface Name
  • Neighbor Device Name
  • Neighbor Interface Name

Group and Filter

Select a column and group the data by that column. Choose any column to apply a filter for that column.

Export and Print

Data in the Data Grids can be exported to popular formats like CSV, XLS, PDF and HTML. The Data in a Data Grid can also be printed.

Use Data Grids to access the data that creates the Physical Topology

Data Grids can be viewed on the screen, printed out or exported to multiple formats.

Information contained in the Physical Data Grid

  • Device Id
  • Device Name
  • Connected Neighbor Device
  • Physical Interface to Neighbor
  • Neighbor Interface to Physical
  • Local Interface to Neighbor
  • Neighbor Interface to Local

Group and Filter

Select a column and group the data by that column. Choose any column to apply a filter for that column.

Export and Print

Data in the Data Grids can be exported to popular formats like CSV, XLS, PDF and HTML. The Data in a Data Grid can also be printed.

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