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Choosing the right IP scheme 8 years 7 months ago #25171

  • tal
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I'm planning to deploy a large scale wireless network at one of our hotels, the network will composed with 30 layer-3 switches, WLAN controller, 240 AP's, routers, hospitality gateways, etc.
I'm planning to create VLAN for each floor which will eveantually brings me to 30-40 VLAN's for the whole hotel.
Which IP scheme should i use? any ideas?
Does someone sees any problem using 10.0.0.0 with different net masks?
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Re: Choosing the right IP scheme 8 years 6 months ago #25293

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You can use whatever IP-scheme you want, it just has to fit your need.
Ofcourse use the Private-ip address range.

So a 10.x.0.0 scheme with a /16 should be fine.
Probably the 192.168.x.0 /24 will do too.. ofcourse dependant on the users you expect on the network
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