I have a huge problem and can't solve this, hope you guys can help me.
I have a Thomson router provided from my ISP with a wireless network with SSID: NeivesWlan and DHCP enabled. On this network i have an HP Photosmart B110a connected with ip: 192.168.1.77.
On the other side of my house i have a Cisco WAP4410n connected by cable to the Thomson router with ip: 192.168.1.249 working as AP with a wireless network with SSID: NeivesWlan without DHCP.
Now i have 2 MacBook's connected to the AP wireless network and everthing work fine except printing to HP printer. I can ping it but when i try to print they say that the printer is off. From the printer properties if i click on open printer page it open a browser with http://b2f5eb.local./ on the path and says that cannot open the page.
If i try to install again the printer i'm success and bonjour find it.
But if i move my macbook near to the router and connect it to the router wireless network, i can print and open the printer page and scan, everything works fine!.
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