Intermec MobileLAN access points - not able to communicate between wireless devices...

i have a MobileLan wireless access point in our warehouse that has been there for a long time.
i have recently added a wireless printer.  I am able to print, connect to the wireless printer from wired connections on my network, but not on wireless connections.  

any ideas on how to enable this?   it is as if there is some sort of isolation mode - but i can figure it out.
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Craig BeckCommented:
Do you have any inbound filters configured on the AP?
Craig BeckCommented:
Should be under 802.11g Radio -> Advanced -> Inbound Filters

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Briguy_572Author Commented:
they are all "allowed".
it is blocked on the access point for sure, I believe it is isolated just for wireless users, check security settings
and see if there is an access list, a block or maybe you even need to bridge between the wireless and the lan port..


hope that helps..
Briguy_572Author Commented:
i ended up opening a ticket with Intermec and this was the final solution.  thanks for your responses.
"Thank you for contacting Intermec by Honeywell Technical Support.  The WA22 is quite old so I am doing this from memory but these older access points would not allow a wireless device to communicate with another wireless device through the access point by default.   They were configured to essentially take wireless data and put it onto the wired network.   However, there should be a setting under Spanning Tree Settings>Gobal Flooding>Multicast Flooding that you can change from disabled or Hierarchical to Universal.    Once you have made the change, you will need to do a save and then reboot the WA22 in order for the change to actually take affect.

Otherwise, you can review the users manual (see link below) for possible set up assistance.
Briguy_572Author Commented:
thanks for your help.
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