I have a pair of Dell PowerConnect 2724 switches that I'd like to stack. One switch will host components like the router, wi-fi access point, network printers, servers, etc. The other switch will be hosting various wired devices in a separate location. Reading through what I could find, I'm rather unclear as to what I need to do. I guess it doesn't help that I've gotten rusty on the more advanced concepts of network engineering, having not needed to deal with it for over a decade. Is there a guide on the steps needed to handle this in the most reliable fashion while also incorporating at least two cables for connection to increase throughput between switches? I want to make sure that there isn't too much of a bottleneck between the switches when there's a lot of simultaneous server access and internet access.
I realize "stacking" might not be the most correct term for what I'm attempting to accomplish, but at the moment it's the closest term that I can think of.