Hi,I have a customer with a HQ and many branches, they are working on VLAN1 now and we suggest them to separate the different network segment into different vlans, the suggest vlans are:
1. Employees Vlan2. Guest Vlan3. Mgmt Vlan4. Servers Vlan5. Voice Vlan (Avaya IP Phones)6. CCTV VlanMy question is should we distribute the employee vlan for HQ and the branches or the best is to create a separate vlan for each branch, like HQ, Branch1, Branch2 ... etc.They have two links for each branch, one for internet and the other is Data link to connect the branch to the HQ network.
Hi Davide,Yes the Data link is MPLS layer2 Link, the wan connectivity and the routing is under the ISP control and it is not in my scope i just will inform them what are the vlans and the subnets which i will use and they will do any needed wan/routing configuration on their routers.I need to know what is the best scenario for HQ and Branch network design?
What are the common issues may i face during the configuration?
Do we have in Aruba a suggested design for enterprise customer networks?
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