I have a Cisco Switch RV016 and a Linksys "Cisco" router E2500, with 8 pc's running Windows 7, and a few wireless only laptops no lan port connection on them. There is also one main large printer connected to the Cisco switch for LAN users "no built in wifi". The laptops can get online via the wifi on linksys. Two different subs "Cisco 1.xxx and Linksys 2.xxx".
So the wireless users wanted to be able to see the main printer to print to it, also from their cell phones. I had to get both on the the same subs 1.xxx So I change the connection type to a bridge on the Wireless Linksys router E2500, and connected the main printer to it. Left the connection from Cisco to the WAN port to give wifi. After doing this the wifi users could get online fine, and could see the main printer and print just fine. Issue found was the Lan users could not see or connect to the main printer anymore. So I connected another straight through cable from a port on the Cisco to a port on the Linksys wireless router. When I did this the lan users could see the main printer, but everything on the network started to drag and go very very slow, like internet connection and email. After about 30 minutes I disconnected the cable "Cisco port to Links port" and everything was fast and working good for Lan and wifi users. But after a few days of working fine the Lan users stopped being able to see or print to the main printer. Any ideas on what is going on, or how to fix this issue?