I am wondering the best way to connect 3 switches to a router in a server rack.
The router is a Cisco RV320 (Dual Gigabit with two static IPs) There is three 48-port Ubiquiti EdgeSwitches, A Datto backup appliance, a Lenovo Thinkserver with 2 VMs running a domain controller and file share, a PBX, and a NVR security camera appliance and patch panels for the office computers.
In total there’s about 140 client devices including devices connected to three Unifi Pro Acces Points (which are connected to the switches) and all the phones.
How should all of these interconnect? Should they be daisy chained and then connect just one switch to the router? Is there a benefit to connecting switch-to-switch with more than one cable? Is there a benefit to connecting each switch to its own port on the router, but also connecting the switches to one another?