OK, I can deffnately do that. But doesn't enabling intra-vlan routing just create routes in the routing table? Is there no way to create a single static from an IP on one VLAN to an IP on another VLAN without turning on intra-vlan routing? I tried to do this, but when I set the router for the route as 0.0.0.0 I got an error.
Maybe I'm paranoid, but I love the simplicity of VLAN security vs IP packet blocking using a firewall.
You can certainly do routes, however you'd have to have a route for each IP address in each VLAN.
I believe the simpler answer would be as described above with Enabling Inter-VLAN routing, then ACL to block a subnet or range depending on how your network is configured and IP that your printer is on.
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