We have 2 Big Corporate VLans.
1. VLAN-1 = 192.168.1.X/24 (for miscl devices = printers, electrical panels).
2. VLan-21 10.220.21.X/24 (mostly workstations).
We originally only had VLan-1; but, we were running out of available IP addresses. So I created another VLan (VLan-21). The problem, that I am running into, is that I moved 1 printer server from VLan-1 to Vlan-21 (192.168.1.X to 10.220.21.X) and some of the printers are not working/printing(even if I try to print right from teh server to the printer). We have all of the printers with Static IP addresses and they are installed manually (by IP address) on the Printer Server. I have these printers shared for our users to use. Now a few (shared) printers are working just fine(weird).
I have changed the 'Forward Lookup Zone' entry in DNS for the printer server to associated with the correct IP address (10.220.21.5). Please see the picture.
Other functions such as file sharing on that server is working just fine. Additionally, there is a server application installed on the printer server and that application can be accessed from other client just fine. What can I do to get printing to work on all workstations? Some printers are working just fine, and they are the exact type of printer(HP LaserJet 4000). If I try to print right from the printer server some print jobs error out.
Again all of the printers have static IP addresses in the 192.168.1.X/24 range. The PC's have Windows XP Professional. This Server was working just fine in the 192.168.1.X/24 VLan. Even workstations on the 10.220.21.X Vlan were able to rpint just fine before.