Another reason you might want to use VLANs is to provide improved security within your intranet. In this case,
your VLANs represent distinct "trust boundaries" within your organization, and some form of access control is implemented in the routers.
Organizing your local environment around these factors should help define the size and membership in your VLANs.
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