Using a Dedicated Content VLAN

For higher content security, you can deploy Pano in a different VLAN than the one that end users connect to.

Polycom Pano solution overview - Pano connected on VLAN

You may want to deploy Pano on a separate VLAN when you have both internal and guest users. The internal users can connect through their normal connection (Wi-Fi or Ethernet) while guests or untrusted users can connect using a different set of credentials with limited access rights. This deployment option maintains your current setup and security and allows you to fine tune Pano’s network for added security.

Note: You can integrate Polycom RealPresence Group Series systems in this deployment. However, you must allow outbound traffic from the Pano to the RealPresence Group Series systems. Polycom recommends to only allow the ports required by Pano features.