Hello. We have a remote branch with MX64 as a router and 2xMR42 as WiFi APs. Both MR42 and a Ricoh MFP are connected to the MX64. LAN (where is the Ricoh MFP located) has 172.17.0.0 and WiFi has 10.17.0.0 network addresses. All other Meraki settings are default. Users can print to this MFP without problem, but cannot scan to network folders on their laptops. We have tried various settings on both Windows 10 and on the MFP itself. Judging by the trace of network connections, the printer simply cannot communicate with the laptop. Unfortunately this is a remote branch and we cannot connect another laptop instead of a Ricoh MFP for testing and MFP can't perform ping from its side. But pings from a MX64 and MR42 go perfectly in both directions (to a laptop and a MFP). How can we try to solve this problem?
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