I've just started a new job and I've immediately been tasked with setting up a vlan within the network and unfortunately this is not my field of best expertise (networking as a whole - I'm ###### at it).
The final objective would be to separate off the voip phones from the client PC's. Future will be to separate off cctv into their own vlan (but that's a different post for a different time).
192.168.1.1 --> 192.168.1.49 - reserved for networking devices and servers.
192.168.1.50 --> 192.168.1.99 - reserved for VOIP telephony.
192.168.1.100 --> 192.168.1.200 - reserved for DHCP, over ethernet and wireless via 2 access points.
192.168.1.201 --> 192.168.1.253 - reserved for printers and CCTV.
192.168.1.254 - reserved for main router.
Switches connecting the phones and computers are Netgear GS108T - fully managed (so capable of vlan?)
If you need any more info, I'll gladly list off the other devices.
What method would you recommend? tagging or port? Is one method outdated?