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Adding one IP address to Wireless Access Point

Here is my situation....

We have a guest wireless internet at my hospital. This wireless vlan is only allowed to access the internet and nothing else (nothing on our internal network, basically a courtesy wireless network). I would like to have the guest able to print to a particular printer on our network. Can this be done?

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Re: Adding one IP address to Wireless Access Point

You can, but you have to poke a hole through your firewall or allow the traffic to that particular printer. Why not add a network printer that guest can use.... this way you are not compromising your network.

-Scott
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Re: Adding one IP address to Wireless Access Point

You can, but you have to poke a hole through your firewall or allow the traffic to that particular printer. Why not add a network printer that guest can use.... this way you are not compromising your network.

-Scott
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Re: Adding one IP address to Wireless Access Point

how would i do that? i mean how would i add a printer to the guest network?

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Re: Adding one IP address to Wireless Access Point

Sorry, I'm an idiot. ha ha. yeah i added the printer to the guest network and it worked. Thank you!

Since it was a private VLAN, i had to hook up a computer on the wireless and get its ip address and subnet. Thank you!

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