I was just wondering if there is any risk to have a management networks to connect different equipment from different networks.
Let me explain
If a have 3 different networks connected to 3 different routers( or switches).
-A 192.168.1.0 Management: 10.10.10.1 port 15
-B 10.20.15.1 Management :10.10.10.2 port 15
-C 192.168.4.0 Management: 10.10.10.3 Port 15
If I connect the 3 port management on the same switch, to be able to manage all my networks from the same place, is there any risk to mix my A,B ,C networks?
If the VLAN is routed, then traffic could use it to cross between networks. You can set up a non-routed VLAN with nothing but the network devices in it. It's called out of band management
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