Can I ask some basic questions about VLAN’s? Not a network admin myself, but is their main purpose for security, or if not what other benefits? And is it typical you’d have a VLAN for your database servers to keep them separate from your workstations and who can potentially try and gain unauthorised access with say targeting a weak password/unpatched exploit in the OS tier?
And are there any commands or cheap/free tools to see how your VLAN’s have been configured and which hosts are within each VLAN?
Simply speaking: VLANs partition your big ethernet network into smaller virtual networks. Purposes for doing so is administrative partitioning, security (which certainly is one of the main reasons) and
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