Normally we have different ways of performing certain activities. We can either use the command-line utilities or we can use a GUI for similar activities. A GUI or a graphical user interface is a handy tool in cases like:
•You have taken up a new product for study/use.
•The command-line utilities fail to give a proper understanding of the system topology.
The GUI provides the user a graphical feel of a product. For example, if a person wants to see the topology of a set of interconnected systems, he can have a much better view of ...