I'm working on constructing a network diagram and want to break down my information in the following structure
[Root] -> [Subnet] -> [Device]
Root is just the root of the diagram.
Each Subnet connects to the root. (A_0, A_1)
Each Subnet has one to many Devices. (A_0_0, A_0_1,...)
A mockup picture is attached below.
Is it possible to have a radial tree layout between the root and subnet nodes (root to A_*) and then have a separate radial tree layout between the subnet and devices (A_* to A_*_*)?
Doing this all in one radial tree layout results in one big ring which is not what I'm looking for.
I rendered my situation out using the symetrical demo, and it isn't performant enough for my use case, ~200 nodes and it takes about 10 seconds to render. If the performance was better with the symetrical demo I'd be ok using that if I could increase the connector distance between the root and subnet nodes.