I think I have the answer to this one but just need clarification if somebody wouldn't mind.
I'm in the process of redesigning our campus network which currently employs campus wide vlans. (10 in total)
I'm looking at the routed access layer design however we have one application which requires one of the existing VLANS to remain as a campus wide VLAN due to the application requiring MAC address information.
I take it there is no way I can keep this single campus wide vlan but still employ the routed access layer design in the rest of the campus?
I'm thinking that the routed uplinks will not be able to carry the single vlan to all switches on campus.
Hope it makes sense.