I am a new customer and I could use some help understanding some things before I implement. Currently the company owns a Netgear GS324TP POE managed switch and a Linksys WRT3200ACM router. We just ordered 8 Polycom VVX phones, so there likely won't be more than 10 simultaneous calls, but I expect the company to grow and therefore I should plan for up to 20 simultaneous calls. I plan on connecting the desktops to the 2nd port on the phones. Other ports on the switch will connect about 7 printers and scanners.
I am led to believe that I should configure VLANS on the switch, one for tagged voip traffic, one for data traffic (desktops and printers) and one for wifi, plus the default VLAN for management.
I can configure the VLANS on the switch, but I'm not sure if the WRT3200ACM router can deal with VLANS. Does anyone have a recommendation for a proper router that I can configure the various DHCP interfaces on to accomodate the VLANS? I'm thinking of the Ubiquiti USG router. I saw an excellent Youtube video by someone that explained his setup pretty well. I'm not an expert with any of this and would be happy to pay an experienced network engineer to help me out by phone. I appreciate any advice you can offer.