Software for network modelling / documentation / GIS

Steve Benoit Steve.Benoit at
Fri Feb 24 13:48:40 UTC 2017

Good day 

Have you had a look at NEDI ?  

While quite Cisco centric, it can, and has been extended, to other manufacturers.  I previously ran it in a multisite LAN/WAN environment and the team liked it.  It lacks some of the physical layer attributes I think you want - conduit IDs and such but has layer 2 connectivity , tickets, and monitoring 

There is a "free" version (the previous release) and options for paid support.

Steve Benoit 
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If you want to go the full stack, start open source and to have the support and com.ext. option you can check iDoIT.

Good thing is, it has also a nice API for further automation and you can use it as generall CMDB.

Rgds, SJ

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