I have a v6.44.3 RouterBOARD 750G r3, configured as below:
Comment; Address; Network; Interface
Managing; 192.168.4.12/24; 192.168.4.0; ether3
ExternalLink; 192.168.1.1/24; 192.168.1.0; ether1
Office1; 192.168.17.1/24; 192.168.17.0; ether4
Office2; 192.168.16.1/24; 192.168.16.0; ether2
(Is this information enough?)
There are some users on Office1 and Office2.
Office1: 192.168.16.4 (host1); 192.168.16.48 (host2)...
Office2: 192.168.17.111 (shared printer); 192.168.17.44 (host17); 192.168.17.48 (host47-boss); 192.168.17.13 (guests)...
Office1 has a shared/lan printer: 192.168.17.111
We need that some Office2 user reaches the 192.168.17.111 printer.
It's possible to allow Office2 users to use the Office1's printer?
I've tried adding a static entry on ARP list as 192.168.16.111 and creating an NAT to redirect any access from 192.168.16.111 to 192.168.17.111 but didn't work.
Could'you help me?