Posted 03 May 2010 - 12:00 PM
So if I understand you correctly - your problem is that your copier is on one network 1 and users on network 2 cannot access it?
You can created a file/print server with two nics, one assigned for each network so that users on both networks can have access.
you can set up a routing table to route traffic from one network to the other using RIP or whatever.
or you can combine both network still using both internet connections by setting up some kind of server to do load balancing. I dont know how or where your users access the network (from their own computers, or from your workstations), but if security is an issue, you can create a VLAN or make a different subnet for the users to use that is separated from your employees.
Win XP Pro, Windows 7, Ubuntu. AMD Athlon X2 5600+ 4x1GB DDR2800, 500 GB SATA, Geforce 8500GT.
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