PVLANs are very helpful in certain situations. There would be situations where you wouldn't want a host(s) to talk to another host(s) but would want it to communicate with some other host(s) in the same VLAN and this is where PVLANs can help.
An example would better explain the need for PVLAN.
Customer's DMZ is on vlan 10 and there are 3 servers in that vlan. Under normal circumstances if one of the servers is compromised then there's a good chance the other 2 servers could be compromised as well. Instead, if all 3 servers are on their own PVLAN then they couldn't talk to each other though they are on the same VLAN.
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