Network Diagrams are critical to compliance, security, troubleshooting, and minimizing downtime. Network Diagrams are visuals that use symbols and shapes to depict the different objects and connections in a network. There are two most common network diagrams that one comes across are physical and logical. As represented below, a physical network diagram could be a network's server diagram, a network's cabling diagram, racks diagram, or a mix of different types of diagram that is interactive and allows one to view what they need to see. The diagram below shows separate switches, routers, and machines and how they are linked. Switch stacks function similarly to a chassis switch and are generally depicted as a single device. Logical Network Diagrams focus on how traffic flows across the network, IP addresses, admin domains, how domains are routed, control points, and others.