I'm looking at the advantages of using VLANS and subnertting parts of our network. Basic network is 1 seperate admin network linked to curriculm network with a seperate nic in the admin server and trusts set up.
Our curriculm network is spread across 4 seperate buildings all linked with fibre. I've been told that if i was to use subnets it would make things quicker. I've never looked into subnetting but am interested in it now. Could someone please give some examples of how it would be done?
I'd also like to have the admin and curric on one physical network so that I can access sims from anywhere in school. Could this be done with vlans? and if so would someone be able to give an example?
EDIT - I'm also wanting to implement a thin client solution but want to be able to boot these from the network, without having to press a key to boot, while still being able to use WDS. Is there a way round this?