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Network design, gigabit managed/unmaned switch

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We are upgrading our network.

Current network :
- router linksys wrv200 (sometimes hangs)
- asus gigabit switch (10 port)

Plans:
- VPN from other separeted office (not confirmed yet)
- separeted lan for costumers (VLANs?)
- Ip telephons (qos)
- current: 9 used ports, plan: 15 used ports

All above options are supported in linksys wrv200 but it is not so reliable so I was thinking about getting a managed 24 port gigabit switch and replacing the old one from asus with Cisco SLM2024. Am I doing something wrong ?

What are your suggestions for such a small office considering a limited budget?  Should we replace a router too?


Thank you

 
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