I need some advice as to direction to take the new network from a design perspective.
We are a large church with 2 large buildings. One is 55K sqft over 3 floors in an office and classroom building and the other is 45K sqft in a large auditorium seating 750 on main floor and 250 in balcony. Our existing network has been put together over time and have purchased new Cisco equipment to replace our old router, switches and wifi. We have a staff of 40. Around 100 connected devices - network, laptops, printers, wireless devices (iPad, iPhone, Android), sound system, and security cameras. Wifi access needs are 7/24 for office, meeting rooms, classrooms, conferences (50 to 500), etc.
Office primarily Apple Macbook with a few Windows 7 laptops and PC's
Internet Access via Comcast Business Class at 25MB
Problem: Old equipment - out of service and and at EOL.
Apple Bonjour not allowing new media options to route over VLAN for presentation, meeting, and classroom needs.
QoS for VoIP, Media Streaming, LAN, Wifi and Security cameras not working correctly
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