Question Is there a way to access printer on a sub network?

Jun 18, 2021
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Hi all,
so this is my network configuration.
I have cable network, the modem is at 10.0.0.1 for one part of the house. On the other side of the house, I use a wireless router to access the modem and provide wired/wireless connection to internet. The wireless router is at 10.0.0.84 on the modem. However, the wireless router uses 192.168.10.xxx for printers and computers that connect to itself.
My questions, is there a way to access printer (on 192.168.10.xxx) from a computer on 10.0.0.xxx? If yes, how?
Thanks a lot.
 

kanewolf

Titan
Moderator
Hi all,
so this is my network configuration.
I have cable network, the modem is at 10.0.0.1 for one part of the house. On the other side of the house, I use a wireless router to access the modem and provide wired/wireless connection to internet. The wireless router is at 10.0.0.84 on the modem. However, the wireless router uses 192.168.10.xxx for printers and computers that connect to itself.
My questions, is there a way to access printer (on 192.168.10.xxx) from a computer on 10.0.0.xxx? If yes, how?
Thanks a lot.
Are you trying to isolate the devices behind the router? If not, then you should configureit as access point.
 

kanewolf

Titan
Moderator
My wireless router connects to modem using WISP. No wireless AP set up available. should I get a different router?
Will need to know what the model of the router is to help more. I would have expected a WISP connection to act more like an AP than a router.
You could try disabling the DHCP server, but it sounds like the unit still has a NAT routing function in place.
 

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