If wireless is setup in a corporate network and there is no requirement to provide guest access to outside users, is it still recommended to segregate the Wireless network? What are the advantages for segregating wireless network considering that wireless users will have complete access to corporate network. Kindly share your views if the total number of users in office is less than 50.
Reason is because, we do not have a Layer 3 switch, hence if VLAN is required for small number of users, we will have to enable it on the WAN router.
Would appreciate if you can share any documentation related to best practices. Thank you.
It's best practice to separate wireless and wired data traffic. Now can you mix both, sure you can, but I always recommend to my clients that we keep things separated. Troubleshooting is another reason to separate the traffic along with maybe QoS. So it's really up to you but you have to consider the subnet size also. Adding new wireless to an existing wired subnet, and you may run out of DHCP address. I look at it as best practice.
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