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Printing across firewalled subsets with sonicwall

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Right now we have a sonicwall tz100 I'm hoping to get the money approved for a to-205) as our router and dhcp server. We have 2 zones one private and one public, we have a large network printer and it's hardwired into the dmz, how can I make it so that it can be printed to from the private lan?
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you need to create a firewall rule from LAN to DMZ to allow udp/tcp 9100 port (it is the most of the default printer port except special case)
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It's a big toshiba e-studio so I'm sure it's the standard port. The IP address of the printer won't matter? Ideally I'd like the printer to be in the LAN but because of the physical setup of the network that's not possible without running new Ethernet cable. I inherited this network and it's been ripped up and put back together by people who know hair enough about networking to make it work, but not well. I won't go into details but trust me it's pretty rough. I've never had to deal with a printer on a DMZ that the LAN needed to use. I'll do the firewall rule Friday when I'm back there.
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