I have an existing network with the primary router being a Motorola Netopia 3000 provided by AT&T for their DSL service. Internal gateway is 192.168.1.3
I want to isolate a network group on their own router behind the Motorola, while still providing them internet access.
I want to use an RVS4000 as the internal router, but am unclear as to what changes I would have to make (if any) in the Netopia, and what changes I make in the RVS4000.
Thank you ..
Ok so I was screwing part of that add printer process up. Now that I am staring at an XP machine (which hopefully you have) Click Add Printer> Next> Local Printer and uncheck the box to automatically detect> create a new port (standard TCP/IP port)
Next> Printer name will be 192.168.1.50 > Standard and Generic Network card should work just fine>
Click Have Disk and point it to your drivers for the printer or browse the list if the have been installed on it before.
This is how you can manually install a printer. After that your printer should install and you can try a test page.
I would recommend you try this on the same subnet the printer is on first to make sure you have the settings right. Once you get it working there you should then give it a try on the other side of the firewall.
Are you still having trouble with the NAS? what happens when you try putting \\192.168.1.200\ into the Windows Explorer bar (not Internet Explorer) or you could also create a shortcut with this link to test it.