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Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

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Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

What's the best practice of configuring vlans across different floor access switches. Do we need to create separate vlan for wireless (corporate users) on floor basis or a single wider subnet is enough to cover all the floor ?

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Re: Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

I'm with @AjitKumar - a single VLAN for WiFi users to allow easy roaming.

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Re: Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

Hi @Visakh_v_r 

I would prefer "Single" VLAN across floors.

 

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Ajit
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Re: Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

I would also suggest setting up a management VLAN, also a separate guest VLAN and SSID, prefer not to use the native LAN and lastly tag all the VLANs.
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Re: Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

I'm with @AjitKumar - a single VLAN for WiFi users to allow easy roaming.

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Re: Best Practices for configuring Vlans across different floor switches

Thanks for your Hint. Nice share.
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