Depending on the scope of your project, we create network documentation for work that we have undertaken.

For major projects we provide information using our standard templates and schematics.

Let us know what information you need, such as patching information following a cabinet tidy and we will ensure that this is provided promptly.

Building projects also require completion/commissioning certificates and product/manufacturer data sheets

Documentation Pack

Our documentation is created using standard software packages and is sent by email to your nominated contact

A standard documentation pack may include the following elements:-


  • Network schematic – showing switches and approximate layout of the site
  • Switch IP summary – list of the IP addresses for management
  • Serial number – ideal for warranty issues
  • MAC address – normally used for the identification of devices when using network tools
  • VLAN details – VLAN ID reference and names, with associated ports
  • Firmware information – current firmware (operating software)
  • IGMP overview – any multi-cast settings implemented
  • Loop protect settings – settings to help switches prevent issues when leads are looped
  • Spanning Tree – settings for resilient links or to help with loop protect keep the network operational
  • Routing summary – Layer 3 settings, especially useful when segmenting the network for CCTV or VoIP
  • User name & password – management information
  • Cabinet layouts – schematic illustrating positions of switches
  • Patching records – information on the sockets patched to switch ports during a project


  • Cable test results – Fluke (or similar) Qualification or Certification test results
  • Marked site plans – updated site plans showing network sockets
  • Cabinet layouts – schematic illustrating positions of copper or fibre optic panels

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