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I think historically it was created because most accessed resources were local in sites, so tons of broadcast traffic and arping was going on, but now most traffic is unicast out to the internet.
My question is, does vlan segmentation realy help you if all of that traffic is going right the wan pipe and not many local resources are being accessed?
Not sure where you've got that from, but it's simply not true. Broadcast traffic is an intrinsic part of the current networking protocols and is still very much a part of current traffic.
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