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  1. Hello community, I manage here a network with about 200 devices. I have also configured many vlans for different jobs like WlanAps, every wlan in their own vlan, vlan for our facescanners (to see when people come and go home), of course a management vlan ... and so on. Now we have in our company about 22 printers. They all are networking printers. So my question now is: Should I pack all printers in their own vlan? Is it intelligent to do so? Would that decrease the network traffic and increase the network stability of my network a bit? Only to mention, I don`t have networking troubles in my network. But I am always looking for improvements. Thank you
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