vlan by floor

I have a 6 story building and I am planning to have 1 vlan on each floor. Each floor has printers and users. Is there anything wrong with my vlan design? Thanks
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what is the environment?
Does each floor have explicit set access to other floors etc. or each floor is isolated onto itself?
In the abstract it is fine. Presumably you have a core switch which then have a feed to a switch on each floor.
leblancAccountingAuthor Commented:
Each floor has an access switch and it all goes to the core on the first floor.
How are you envisioning the setup? DHCP server on each floor, a central pair of DHCP server with the switches in each floor configured with IP helper/DHCP relay agent?
What access inter VLAN do you envision if any?
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leblancAccountingAuthor Commented:
inter vlan will be done at the core. IP helper address will be configured for each svi at the core. dhcp service will be handle by a server.
So you'll be managing the vlaning at the core switch.
Test it out. How much time do you have to implement it?
Printers should be static allocated via DHCP if needed I.e. No manual ....

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Craig BeckCommented:
Sounds fine to me.  It's how a lot of people do it.
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