I want to be able to go from A->C and B->C at any time, but I want it to be impossible to go A->C->B and visa versa as it should be impossible to ever find a route that connects A to B.
How can this be accomplished?
Have a Primary corporate network, a visitor network, and a printer network. Both the primary corporate network and the visitors can access the printer network, but the visitor network can never access the primary corporate network or visa versa.
The most general example of how this concept is already in place:
Company A has a private network. Company B has a private network. When company A attempts to visit www.google.com they are routed out of their private network over the internet. When company B attempts to visit www.google.com they are routed out of their private network over the internet. Company A & B can both access www.google.com via the internet, but Company B cannot access Company A's private network and visa versa.
Re: Two private networks that share access to a Third
I may have mis-read your post but from what I understadn you want the Visitor network to be able to reach thr printer network. You want the corporate to be able to reach the printer network. You wish to prevent the visitor network and the corporate network from communicating with each other. If this is correct, you would set the switch up similarly to:
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