I have a question with regard to a RV042 and local network printing
Router is configured as gateway with ip of 192.168.1.1 Subnet 255.255.255.0
The pc pulls an IP address of 192.168.1.xxx and the network printer pulls a similar IP address.
Local network printing works fine, but as soon as I connect to a remote server using Cisco VPN client I can no longer ping the local network printer. My thought is that the VPN client software check box needed the "allow local LAN access" box checked so I did. Nothing happens. However when I reconnect the system back to Netgear 318 router, the system works fine and I can print to a local network printer while connected to the VPN.
Funny thing is that if I was to connect the netgear router after the RV042 it works fine as well. Is there a setting in the RV042 that I need to check.
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