While I really don't have any particular software to suggest, I would simply recommend you search for a book that will cover your needs. Amazon.com certainly provide a wide range of books covering network design and you're sure to find what you're looking for there.
Because each network has its own unique needs and parameters which must be taken in consideration during this phase, I don't believe that a program like the one you are looking for will be able to cover you 100%.
Combining your knowledge, a good book and plenty of research, I'm sure you'll find the solution you are looking for.
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