two networks one printer
Posted on 2014-02-10
i wonder if you could help. i have 2 networks with different subnets. Network A (192.168.0.0) where the printer is connected via Ethernet cable, Network B (10.0.1.0) where i would like to connect it via USB.
2 networks, 2 different ISPs, 2 wireless routers that has DHCP enabled, no servers.
the problem i have is, there is only one data network plug next to that printer. it has been done in the past, where a network splitter and small netgear print server were installed. network cable goes into one port of the splitter, usb cable goes to the print server and off to the other port of the splitter.
now off to the switch cabinet, there is a splitter there too where one port cable network goes to Network A and the other port goes to Network B.
Network A users can print normally because theyre the ones connected via the ethernet cable and when i check the printer's network settings, it has 192.168.x.x address.
my question is, how can get Network B users to print?