Should Wireless be in its own MPLS VRF?

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Jun 28th, 2010
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I already have an answer I like on this one, "YES!".

Unfortunately I don't live in Mike-land while I'm at work. I need some reference architectures or authoritative security guides that explain why this is a best-practice, (at least where MPLS VRF's are available for use).

My short list of reasons is:

- More refined segementation

- Easier standardization practices and associated documentation for tier I/IIs support staffs

- Easier to trouble-shoot when route tables are differentiated, (wireless VRF's and wired VRF's)

- Easier to observe and isolate traffic, (at firewall or router) in case of security breach

...I could go on.

Any good documentation on this out there?  I can't find much.

Any help appreciated,


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