I've got an Edimax BR-6104K Router that I intend to use to connect two parts of our WAN.
I can set it up easily enough to talk to the resources (Terminal Services Servers) on the Head Office LAN but I will need to print to the branch LAN and in order to do so I've tried setting up an additional route on the Terminal Services Servers (using the HO LAN-side IP address on the router).
I just cannot seem to make the printing go through the little Edimax router to the printers that are located on the branch LAN.
192.168.1.253 ("HO LAN side" connected to the WAN socket on the router)
220.127.116.11 (Branch LAN side)
These IP addresses are slightly different to our IP addresses but represent what I intend to do...
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