I have 2 network printers that are connected to 2 different switches on the same VLAN. The users on local subnet can access these printers just fine. Users on a remote subnet cannot access these printers unless someone on local subnet accesses these printers. They are connected to 2960S switches. They 2960's are connected via a 4570 as the core switch. No other devices on these switches have this type of connectivit issues. Could this be a ARP or MAC address table issue on these switches? Any help would be appreciated.
We are running vtp on these switches. There are computers on these switches. They do not have issues. The printers have been powered off and on since we stared having this issue. The 2960's see the vlan.
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