How best to organize the hierarchy of the network and VLAN?

Hello.
There is a small network of 70 hosts (computers, servers, printers, phones, and camcorders).
All in same subnet 3 switch D-link des-1210-28p is connected one to another.
As a router Mikrotik hEX RB750Gr3 (PTTP VPN IPSEC 2 remote object, Internet backup channel LTE web proxy, the dude)
You must separate the network by VLANs (management, VOIP, cameras, printers, accounting, computers, and servers).
The question is whether to put another switch class D-Link DGS-1100-10/ME and the existing switches with Mikrotik to connect to it?
Will there be enough power RB750Gr3 under the above objectives?
And cope-whether it's if you simply connect your existing D-link and Mikrotik?
March 19th 20 at 08:35
3 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:37
The performance for "standard" office productivity will be sufficient.
Well, if it's 70 hi-load servers - consider the load, look at the specs Mikrotik what to take.
Switch - correct to stick all switches directly to the router. So the load will not hit the closest to the router switch in the chain of series-connected switches.
March 19th 20 at 08:39
You must separate the network by VLANs (management, VOIP, cameras, printers, accounting, computers, and servers).
The question is whether to put another switch class D-Link DGS-1100-10/ME and the existing switches with Mikrotik to connect to it?
Will there be enough power RB750Gr3 under the above objectives?


but alas no. He 750Gr3 has nearly 2 Gigabit internal switching, those essentially can be 1 Gigabit in each network. You need to look much more powerful device , such as 1100, it already holds 7.5 Gigabit.
As another option, you buy a normal switch and they're already doing routing (L2+/L3)
March 19th 20 at 08:41
Of.the website came under a lock of Roskomnadzor? There is a sign there. On the routing with new interface this box is nil more than a Gigabit of traffic. The conclusion is - not suitable.

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