|Do you work for Cisco tc132?|
Your so-called solution here would cost thousands of dollars just for the hardware. Then, if the OP doesn't know how to configure cisco junk, they'd have to hire someone like me to do it for them and I charge about $250/hour for that type of work. I'd estimate it would take me minimum 4 hours to do the setup and testing on the switch and router so there's another $1000.00.
I estimate your solution will cost something in the area of $5000.00 (minimum) to implement and that's not including ongoing hardware support, which if you want it from cisco will cost you dearly (ie: the pound of flesh nearest and dearest to your heart as well as your first born male child)
Whereas my solution will cost about $50 for the hardware and my guide will give easy to use instructions on setting up the second router that the OP can do him/herself.
Which do you think is the smarter, more cost effective way to go?