I am looking at setting up a Management vlan, on which I will put all the Management interfaces for my various networkable devices (Firewall Mgmt Interfaces, Server RAC, WAP Mgmt Interfaces, etc).
What are best practices when it comes to accessing that mgmt vlan--For example, as the IT administrator, my workstation is only on the Business network--But if I need to access the firewall through the mgmt interface, should I have a 2nd nic that I use exclusively for the mgmt network? Or should I write ACLs that allow only certain IPs (my workstation) to access the mgmt network?
Does this make any kind of sense?
Thanks for your time--