Vlan Consideration in respect to all printers on one Vlan distributed between 4 buildings in campus environment
I started a new job with a company where I got to install all new Cisco Equipment. I am in the final phases of my future design proposal. Currently all of the printers are on a 10.0.2.x subnet. It would be a lot of work to move all of the printers. Would it be a bad design to have a certain VLan and subnet be the same between four different buidings? Currently the big problem is they have a flat design with no layer 3 devices at all. There will be mainly 3 buildings that I want to introduce ether-channel layer 2 to get to the core. The core I have chosen to be in one building where the Firewalls and the internet egress out of. The plan is to go with full redundant model. The company is pretty good size but we may have a collapsed core design in which the core does dual functions of distribution and Core. I am concerned it is a good idea to have your vlan broadcast stop at the closets between buidlings and route from their. If I did this then I would not be able to have the Vlan for the printer subnet 10.0.2.x be a vlan in almost every switch within the three buildings. That is I have to have vlan representation for the 10.0;2.x subnet in all three buidlings if the printers will all share the 10.0.2.x subnet. Hopefully this makes sense.
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