You misunderstood me.
I discarded the VLAN idea because it’s too late to implement safely now for me.
You’re right - there is 1 L3 10 Gigabit Switch and A lot of L2 1 Gigabit Switches
My question was, is a network as described with the network plan I provided realistic?
I worried that because everything is in one LAN (192.168.5.0/24), and the ISP router is effectively the DHCP Server, that this may lead to broadcast storming or other fatal performance loss in the network because every Client has a dynamic IP. I discarded setting up a DMZ because the local network is not supposed to be accessed from outside, only traffic going outwards, like Webbrowsing, going through a STI firewall built in the router.
Regarding the HDD - it’s supposed to be 2 SAS HDD’s in RAID 1, because these are the only harddrives in the paper server. So effectively 1 HDD. I know 200 Mbit’s is much, I’m still debating in changing it to 2 SSD’s. I was just worried they would break faster.
I wanted to configure fog to image only 1 Client at a time. I interpreted the wiki as this:
I have X Clients I want to image. I got to every client, go into network boot and select the image I want to deploy. After the first PC, every Client afterwards is automatically joining a queue until the first one has finished the download, then the second … until every Client is done.
Last thing regarding the Bottleneck … So, the image server cannot deploy faster than his own read speed and the write speed of the Client, right?
I know I said it a lot, but thank you again.