Re: what the best practice to create vlan for 130 users
From a design perspective, the users should be segmented into VLANs based on their workgroups and the type and amount of traffic internal and external to those workgroups. Also, it will depend on if you are using Layer 3 switching or routing to those workgroups.
Ultimately, each workgroup should be separated into a VLAN to segment them and keep their traffic patterns and bandwidth usage manageable. Your central servers should be placed in a VLAN with larger redundant aggregate links (1000baseT) and you could use layer 3 switching to effectively bring in file/print traffic to the server VLAN.
It also helps from a management perspective to also separate your voice, data and wireless traffic so that you can tag and apply adequate QoS and security policies as necessary.
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