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.
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Hi, 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: One MX64 as gateway One Cisco Catalyst switch (bui I guess it dos not matter, as it) Some MR16 connected to the LAN via Ethernet Some non-Meraki APs connected to the LAN via Ethernet, WLAN configured in bridge mode Some clients connected directly to the local LAN via Ethernet, or via Wi-Fi through those non-Meraki APs Few clients connected to the local LAN via the MR16 in bridge mode (including the printer) Most of the clients connected to the isolated Meraki WLAN The Meraki WLAN network is configured as following: An SSID configured as isolated WLAN (Meraki DHCP via NAT) An dedicated SSID configured as Bridge, for printers (in order to be part of the LAN) (Layer 2 LAN isolation is disabled) The department I'm configuring the printer has the following settings: One desktop connected directly to the LAN An MR16 connected the LAN (same segment) Some clients connected to the Isolated WLAN's SSID at the MR16 An Epson printer connected to the Bridged WLAN's SSID at the MR16 What happened: Clients under the isolated WLAN can successfully connect to the local LAN, then, print to the mayor printers. Clients under the LAN (directly connected or through non-Meraki APs) can connect to the Epson printer However, the clients connected to the isolated WLAN's SSID are unable to connect to the Epson printer. So, may have me an issue with the configuration, or is just a feature misconfigured? Thanks.
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