You need to decide on the networks and subnets first. The commands are rather easy and I will have to ask for other regular members to respond in this case if they can, because I am really busy tonight and I cannot analyze this case further (although what I really think is that you should give it a shot yourself to make sure you actually deserve the prize you are about to receive :-)
You need to do your subnetting work first as I stated previously. Then you create the vlans in switches. Then you assign host ports to vlans (access ports). You also connect router to switch (switch can be L3, but I will assume you have a separate router). You create trunk ports for the connected router interfaces on the switch side. On router side you configure subinterfaces for the corresponding VLANs and assign IP address on those router subinterfaces. You create ACLs according to the policies of your network and typically apply them close to source or destination depending on what fits best. You apply the ACLs to router interfaces or subinterfaces.
Do a search on CCO to see how you can create VLANs, access ports, trunk ports, router subinterfaces for dot1q and ACLs. And try to learn how to subnet.
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