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I cannot print from a Wireless subnet to a wired printer located in an Internal network

Hi Team,

 

I'm trying to print from a Host (Windows 10)  located in a Wifi Subnet (internal) to a wired printer located in the internal network.

It's happening with all the printers and hosts.

- The wireless architecture use CAPWAP to communicate the WAPs and the WLCs.

- Wireless subnet addressing is different than the wired subnet.

- There is not ACLs between the wireless subnet and the wired subnet, both are user networks.

- I can PING the wired printer from the wireless hosts, but not print.

When I switch the Hosts from the wired LAN to the wireless, the printer would appear as OFFLINE.

 

ANYBODY HAVE AN IDEA HOW TO GET THIS RESOLVED?

 

Thanks,

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Re: I cannot print from a Wireless subnet to a wired printer located in an Internal network

Guys,

It was a Windows 10 configuration issue. Hopefully everything is fine with the wifi network.

Thank you all,

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Re: I cannot print from a Wireless subnet to a wired printer located in an Internal network

Can you configure a switch with the same VLAN (or network) that you have on your wireless side and then test wired?
Make sure the client has the same IP address as if it's wireless, just to test if it's a wireless issue or another one.
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Re: I cannot print from a Wireless subnet to a wired printer located in an Internal network

Guys,

It was a Windows 10 configuration issue. Hopefully everything is fine with the wifi network.

Thank you all,

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