Ok, Ive been reading that vlan 1 is a security issue and you should not use it. So Im moving all my switchports to another vlan. Im also going to use vlan 14 for my network and system infrastructure devices, ie switches, ap's, servers, and printers. In order to manage my switches and ap's I have to set the native vlan as 14, for the mgmt ip. Is this a security concern? The way I read, untagged traffic flows on the native vlan, couldnt a hacker craft a packet then or vlan hop? If so, how would I keep my switches and ap's in a secure vlan for mgmt, since they use the native for the mgmt ip? Just to add, I have my users split on other vlans and only allow certain vlans on the trunks. Thanks for any comments.