21-Jun-2019 12:41 - edited 26-Sep-2022 09:00
Here is a compiled list of our Visio stencils through the years. Please keep the requests coming and we can continue to push for a formal maintenance process for this benefitial documentation method. If you feel we should focus on more online tools like Lucid please let us know in the comments! Cheers and happy diagraming.
Updated June 26, 2022 including rSeries and VELOS chassis hardware
Updated June 23, 2016 for BIG-IP, VIPRION, and Enterprise Manager hardware
Includes basic stencils for the following:
Updated November 15, 2013
I've updated this article to include the iSeries stencils from F5.com.
The stencils does not include R2000 and R4000 Series platforms. Please advise on where can I get them.
@Sathya_Kumar Pretty sure v2.2 is the latest (link above) but we'll keep an eye out for anything new coming. Maybe @Chase_Abbott knows more?
Yep. That was the latest I was given. The items in bold under the v2 are the updates from the prior version. I'll shoot a note out to the people that gave me those and I'll ping this thread back.
These are great, thank you Chase for putting this together. I could certainly use these for Lucid.
For a while I have been trying to get BIG-IP VE visio stencils to draw diagrams of VE (LTM,APM & DNS) instances used in our private cloud environment, Any chance these could be published ?
Example, Like the once used in below article,
@Krishnaanupala I know these have never been made into Visio stencils, but I know they exist all as individual graphic elements (lots of small eps/jpgs) for use on things like powerpoint and for our internal branding teams. The image from that white paper was done in powerpoint and saved out to an image.
I'll find out if those were ever published for people to use even if it's not a Visio stencil.
There's a lot less visibility into Visio these days and I have forwarded these onto anyone that would be able to get this done.
After I kidnapped a designer for questioning, I did get a better reception around Lucid inclusion given a lot of vendors are moving that way for long term diagramming support. I am pushing both stories to see which one gets better traction and will provide an update accordingly.
One thing to note, are we looking for rSeries generic shapes or port level snapping and config management db type of descriptors?
Thanks for pushing this forward.
Port-level graphics would be nice, at the same level as the other devices available.
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