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Looking out some security application or Tool. Aug 09 2012 12:36PM
shivaone gmail com (2 replies)
Re: Looking out some security application or Tool. Aug 10 2012 10:09AM
Donduq (donduq i2pmail org) (1 replies)
Re: Looking out some security application or Tool. Aug 10 2012 03:33PM
Vahid Shokouhi (vahid vahid-shokouhi net) (1 replies)
RE: Looking out some security application or Tool. Aug 10 2012 04:13PM
Mike Vella (mike bakerross co uk)
HI,

Indeed.
If you are running VOIP on your network you would not want the traffic running over your network traffic. You would
Isolate the VOIP traffic to it's own vlan.

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Dear D. D.
Hello.Thanks for your comment.
Actually, separation of broadcast domains, was the original reason of creating VLAN concept;but not the only one. Nowadays, when it comes to design (for example a LAN), VLANs are used, not because of separation/isolation of "broadcast traffic" but for separation "different traffics" within LAN environment; for example separation the traffics of SALES Dept. from Technical Dept. which indeed is because of the "Security" reasons. Using VLANs is not a total solution for Security because the traffic is readable(not encrypted) if get sniffed. But of course, there are some tricks to overcome this problem, like using Encryption. And the one term I could mention here to show using VLANs in Security fields, is "Layer-2 VPN" that has different ways of implementation and using VLAN is one of them. VPNs or any other Security solutions is nothing but preventing non-authorized access to our data as much as much as needed and possible.

Good luck my friend
V.Sh

On 2012-08-10 14:09, Donduq wrote:
> Hello,
>
>> I feel like your request is somehow unclear. you once mentioned
>> "VLAN" which is related to Network(Security)
>
> In my understanding VLANs are not related to security, they are only
> related to broadcast domain separation. Perhaps someone can share
> thoughts on this.
>
> d.d.
>
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Re: Looking out some security application or Tool. Aug 09 2012 12:58PM
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