I have an issue... I just moved into managing a network which is configured haphazardly. The network is a Class B ( /16) set up with one VLAN (VLAN1) being used across about 12 switches - including a 6-switch stack. My questions are these... given the attached configuration, what would I need to do/change in order to make this into a routed and multi-VLANed Class C type network? The Gateway currently is set to be the firewall... I don't think this is a proper way to have it set up and would like to remove the firewall from being the gateway because when or if it drops, the whole network is affected. It seems that when the network here was configured, it was done very basically with Cisco-defined templates for voice and data. Currently, even though the attached config shows multiple VLANs configured, it seems that everything is actually working on VLAN1. I need to make this is into a more managed system where I can create seperate VLANS for each switch, do the routing through here, and stop this from being a flat, one dimensional network which iseems to be pushing voice and data across one vlan. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance!