They have training courses and engineers to deal with such setups. I know a lot of Cisco cert folk that do this for a living. So you may have to hire one.
I have a wired network 192.168.10.x, I have an Cisco srp547w setup as an Access point,with IP 192.168.10.6. I want Wifi client connections to have ip in range of 192.168.100.100-150, and have setup DHCP to deal with that. I have interVLAN routing turned on. All works well except WiFi clients don't have internet access. Also I can ping from WiFi client to wired network. Any clues where I've gone wrong?
Any help appreciated.