I have some clients connected to an MR16, namely an Epson printer, and some clients, and those clients are unable to connect and print.
The LAN network is configured as following:
The Meraki WLAN network is configured as following:
The department I'm configuring the printer has the following settings:
So, may have me an issue with the configuration, or is just a feature misconfigured?
You are wanting the clients on the isolated (NAT'd) SSID to print to the Epson printer? You are isolating them so they can't see other clients. I would suggest you create an actual VLAN to have that SSID drop clients into, and then add firewall rules to allow clients in that VLAN to see/print to the Epson printer.
When you are using client isolation on the wireless is only allows traffic to the subnet gateway, see Wireless Client Isolation. Therefore if you have everything in one VLAN using the same subnet then the clients in the isolated WLAN can only communicate with the gateway IP address. If you move the isolated WLAN to another subnet then they should be able to communicate with the printers since the traffic will go via the subnet gateway.
So, what should be the expected behavior if I set a second VLAN at the firewall, then set the default VLAN at the AP gateway to the new VLAN? I'm unable to "play" with configs chabging at least for now, this is why I ask this.
So I just re-read your description, are the clients with problems on the SSID that is using the Meraki DHCP? And does the rest of the network use the 192.168.2.0/24 subnet?
Just like it says on the configuration page
"NAT mode: Use Meraki DHCP