We are moving into a new building, and we will have all newer Cisco switches, 2960X and 3850's for the cores.
I'm planning to have different vlans for the servers, PCs, VoIP phones, but I was thinking, since all of the different equipment need to communicate with the servers,
I will need to allow and route all the different vlans to access the servers vlan. If that's the case, is then better to just create one flat network, everyone in one vlan, a /22 instead?
I guess I need to find some good articles on line to dig deeper into vlans, but on the surface, besides having a smaller broadcast domain, it just adds more complexity.