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    Map Your Network

    Apologies if this has been posted already but for those that are fed up with drawing diagrams and mapping networks try this useful tool.

    http://www.mikrotik.com/thedude.php

    The really good thing is that it's FREE!!!!!!

    Not played with it properly yet - but looks impressive

    Maybe one for the essential software list? See what you think

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    Re: Map Your Network

    That is rather cool! Quite quick too!

    Get it added to the wiki

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    Re: Map Your Network

    Very nice!

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    Re: Map Your Network

    That was the dogs dangly bits.

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    Re: Map Your Network

    Wow, thank you... something I can add to my IT Bible for when I leave...

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    Re: Map Your Network

    Errm. Dudes is slowly discovering the whole of my LEA or at least all of the schools attached to our WAN.
    Part of me says I should tell some-one the other part of me is being very nosey at whats coming down. Your views, has anyone else seen the same thing?

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    Re: Map Your Network

    I am just running it now ....... wow what a program, can't outside of my network yet though

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    What can I say apart from its a windows application.

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    Re: Map Your Network

    Added to the wiki

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    Re: Map Your Network

    Give me nmap any day :-)

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    Re: Map Your Network

    You need to change the default network discovery otherwise it will go off and search all over the shop

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    Re: Map Your Network

    Ace looking Program, cannot wait to try her out

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    Re: Map Your Network

    I looked at thedude in June.
    It is prettier, but I use kaboodle most of the time. The main reason is that kaboodle supports a virtual VPN and quick connection to VNC.
    Getting thedude adding a VNC tool was a pain and still did not work as easily as kaboodle.

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