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info sounds like it's out of your depth. Have you given any thought to having a network consultant come in and lay out a plan on how to sort things out?

It also will depend a bit on your physical layout. It was easy for me, as I have two buildings that are connected by a high-speed wireless bridge. Two subnets between them, with a WatchGuard firewall also working as a router, and done. I'll be going to VLANs at some point, although it makes things a bit trickier. If a switch dies, you have to have it's replacement configured on installation rather than just throwing one in and getting it power.