See your entire network environment in real-time.
What is Network Mapping?
Network mapping is a tool that lets you discover and visualize the physical and virtual equipment in your IT network, whether SNMP, Layer 2, Layer 3, and more. Network mapping software can give you key network performance insights such as device status, physical connections, traffic metrics, and more so you can troubleshoot issues faster and maximize uptime.
What are the Benefits of Network Mapping?
Network mapping solutions are designed to help you map all the devices in your network so you don’t have to waste time manually creating (or updating) network diagrams.
With network mapping software, you can:
Maintain End-to-End Device Performance
Network maps make it easier to maintain availability and prevent business-critical issues.
Automatically Document Devices
You’ll save time when you don’t have to create and constantly update maps manually.
See Live Network Data
Data updates in real time so you know how devices are performing now instead of an hour ago.
Troubleshoot Issues Faster
With a bird’s-eye view of your network, you can easily identify the location of a problematic device to quickly form a plan to mitigate.
Network Map Gallery
Network professionals prefer to view their networks in a certain layout. Great network mapping software lets you create a network diagram that makes sense to you without the cumbersome job of manually documenting device information. From Google Earth Integration to office floorplans, see how different users have customized their maps:
See how your network is laid out over an actual map of your college campus. Integrating your map with Google Earth gives you a literal bird’s eye view of your network topology. See more ›
Your network map doesn’t have to be complicated. If you prefer a more simple layout, you can set up a network map in the easiest of designs. See more ›
Trasca Map Status Probe
Customize your network maps with colors that easily alert you of device or network status by showing different colors for different statuses. See more ›
University of Colorado
Overlay your network map with an office floor plan to easily spot problems and go right to the source for fast troubleshooting. See more ›
Dive Into Network Mapping
Learn even more about the many uses and benefits of network mapping.