If you point the mouse at a cable, the connected systems are displayed directly. This works in the Rack, Rack Element and Cabling view.
It is now possible to map cablesharing. TERA cabling allows up to four data services, such as analog telephony or 100BASE-TX, to be used simultaneously with just one cable and one connection socket.
We have supplemented the standard shapes accordingly so that you can also reproduce your TERA cabling true to the original. Not only for TERA, but also for fiber optic cables. If you would like to have it even more realistic, you can of course also import your own or manufacturer-specific shapes.
Until now, the import of larger site structures was time-consuming, as each level had to be uploaded individually. Now, however, you can also import large hierarchical structures at once. This has the advantage that you can record the entire structures of your customers in just one Excel sheet and then transfer them to Docusnap with just one action.
Tip: If you prefer to edit your sites in a list instead of the Docusnap editor, you can export the site structure to a CSV file, make all changes there and then import the file again.
Give all cables in your documentation the color they have in reality. This increases recognition enormously and makes it easier to find the right cable. The cable colours can now even be entered as RGB values in the CSV import and no longer have to be maintained manually in the editor.
You can now store your own individual information at each port. Make a note, for example, if a port is defective or "reserve" a port for future hardware. We have created separate objects for the ports in the database for this purpose.
Docusnap can now also map flexible connections. These connections can be equipped with various media, e.g. copper or fiber optic cables. Both systems and switches can have modular connections such as SFP+ or XFP. The fact that several media types can now be assigned to a port allows flexible cabling of your multifunction connections.
With the latest update of Docusnap, any number of RSA keys for key-based authentication are now supported. So if you have several Linux installations in use, you can now secure them all with individual RSA keys and don't have to use a comprehensive root certificate as before. This massively increases the security in your network.
Docusnap now also allows you to insert Visio files into concepts.
Maps can now be exported directly and "without detours" in SVG and PNG format.
When creating reports, you can now also insert tables and large image files into an RTF field. This is of particular interest if you use active customizing, either for yourself or for your customers.
Document completely. When importing a rack into a concept, you can now choose whether you want to insert the front or rear view.
The HowTo was extended by all new features mentioned above.
The HowTo was extended by all new features and replaces the previous HowTo Linux Inventory using RSA Key authentication.
This document was created completely with the Concept Editor in Docusnap. For this reason, we are making it available to you for the first time not only in PDF format, but also as a concept template file for import into Docusnap. Both are available for download in a ZIP file in our Knowledge Base.
There can be many different reasons why an initial inventory fails. In order to support you and your customers in the best possible way, we have described all of Docusnap's scanning technologies in this document. The document is divided into a tabular overview and a detailed description of the individual inventories. Of course you can also find the white paper in the Knowledge Base.