Please let me know if you're able to download them now. Place the pointer over a control handle Thanks! To add text to a network shape, click the shape and type. You have reached the maximum number of topics allowed as a visitor. On the Data tab, click Link Data to Shapes. Thank you. Or how about needing Visio stencils for a Juniper or F5 load balancer? Follow the steps in the Automatic Link wizard. Tip: To hide an unused connector, drag the control handle you can download them here. I sent an email to the community email address, but have heard no response. From Network and Peripherals, drag a Ring network or Ethernet shape onto the drawing page. Travis. Hi Eric, Thanks in advance, Right now, notifications aren't working, and the content you're asking for should be made available to all users; but as you know, it's not. Microsoft Integration Stencils Pack for Visio 2016/2013 v6.0.0 This package contains a set of symbols/icons that will help you visually represent Integration architectures (On-premise, Cloud or Hybrid scenarios) and Cloud solutions diagrams in Visio 2016/2013. I updated your account so you should be able to now. 08:55 AM Thanks. . Over the last few months (I got here in November) we've been reviewing the entire site; its structure, accessibility, features, permissions, files, etc., and it's time to ensure you get what you need to be successful! back to the Ring network or Ethernet shape. . On the Data tab, click Automatically Link. On the first page of the Data Selector wizard, choose the type of data source you want to use (for example, an Excel workbook or SQL database). Thank you. Right-click a network shape in your drawing, point to Data on the shortcut menu, and then click Shape Data. Note: The Detailed Network Diagram template is included in Visio Professional and Premium, but not in Visio Standard. Hi Eric, Or any device in your data center? I appreciate the feedback regarding the Viso Files, and making them accessible to all users with an account. Regarding DNS, an overview (diagram) of the name space, tree / zone structure, domain names used (top level & subdomains), etc. Thanks, Chris. Please update my account as well I cannot download them either. Thanks, Hi Eric, I've been looking for some to help our internal documentation. Thanks, Register for unlimited browsing. Hi Eric, As an integrator we run into Infoblox quite often and the stencils would be useful going forward. Cisco has a bunch, but I haven't found anything around. Thanks! Same here. We're in total agreement and going to make that change. Be on the look out for some major news with our community no later than mid-next week. In Visio 2010, click on More Shapes in the Shapes window, and then point to My Shapes. I was able to track down a set that has been used internally and got permission to post them, so we now have them available. Please upgrade my account as well. Can you add me to the list please? Thanks, In the Shape Data window, type an asset number or other unique identifier from the data source into the appropriate field. Again the intention is to get an understanding of the design. Note: The data that appears in the External Data window is a snapshot of your source data at the time of the import. by Matt, Hi Eric, Have you ever been in the middle of a Visio diagram and realized you didn’t have a stencil for a particular Cisco network device? Can you allow access for my account as well? I've just registered on the site and I'm not sure if I have to send a mail to the support to ask for confirmation or if it's just a matter of waiting a couple of days.