Re: 340WGB HP JetDirect Printer lose MAC address/connectivity
Does the printer answer an arp ?
What firmware are you running on the AP and what AP are you running
What firmware are you running on the WGB ?
My intial thoughts are that due to inactivity of the printer it is droping out of the list of MAC address but as this happens then a device tries to communicate to it then via the arp process it should answer and be back in the wgb's table.
Maybe you can wait for it to no longer be in the WGBs table and then put a sniffer on the ethernet side and see if the WGB is forwarding the arp and then if the printer answers that arp.
Maybe it is a combination of it aging out of the arp tables and that the printer goes into some sort of sleep/power save mode and does not wake on lan ??? I would try the sniffer and work from there Also try the latest firmware for both the AP and WGB just incase.
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