Software for circuit documentation

Chris Garrett Chris at
Mon Apr 18 15:49:51 UTC 2016

Granite is expensive, but pretty much the standard for circuit/xconnect/CFA documentation in the telecom space.

> On Apr 18, 2016, at 11:33 AM, Manuel Marín <mmg at> wrote:
> Dear Nanog community
> We are looking for a network inventory software to document logical
> circuits and fibers. We have been using Racktables for cross connects and
> racks documentation and works great, but we did find a way to document
> MPLS, Eline/ELAN, OTN, SONET, IP circuits, external plant (fibers), etc.
> I would appreciate if you can share what you use for documentation.
> Thank you and have a great day
> Regards

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