Thanks for the reply but that does not help at all.
The question is not about sharing the MFP on the network. This is a network connected MFP on network A which needs to be accessed by nodes on network B so some type of routing or VLAN needs to be setup to accomplish this.
I gues I could always just setup a VPN between the two networks but it seems that it would make more sense to do some sort of routing because the ASAs are in the same rack.
You can truck the port on the switch and enable a routing-protocol on ASA5505 and make sure you given networks are created by subinterfaces on the ASA5505, it is more like a router-on-the-stick setup but it is on ASA instead.
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