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troubleshooting Question

Static route to copy printer on different subnet

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derekfurman asked on
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I have been provided this information by the network administrator

The shared copier will sit on subnet:
> 192.168.30.0
> Copier IP 192.168.30.15
> Please configure your DMZ or other configurable interface for this  
> subnet using:
> 192.168.30.2

I have provided two screen shots of my router/switch/firewall

I believe a static route is in order here I simply cannot figure out how to configure the route given the information provided. I am confused by the use of the statement "DMZ" I know what it means but how does it relate to the proper function of the route. Please advise

Screen 1 Screen 2 Static route form
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