would a plain-jane print server be helpful?
So long as computers on both domains are able to communicate with the network the print server is connected to.
My concern is if you have two domains are they on the same network or different networks? For DHCP reasons it would make sense that the two domains would be on different networks.
So if domainA is 192.168.50.0/24 and domainB is 192.168.100.0/24 is their a route such that a print server using 192.168.50.20 is accessible from both 192.168.50.0/24 and 192.168.100.0/24?
If there is a requirement for domainA and domainB to be separated then it might be a good idea to have domainA on VLAN200 and domainB on VLAN300 with printers in VLAN0.
domainA and domainB would both be able to access the printer using that configuration.
To magnum242's question, just plug the printer into one computer using USB and plug the printer into a switch on the other network. I don't see why that would be a problem. One computer will use USB for the connection and the other computer will use IPv4 for the connection. Both can communicate with the printer properly. If domainA and domainB are setup so that they can communicate with each other, why not plug the printer into the network and install the printer by IP address on all computers that need to access it from each network.
Edited by packetanalyzer, 11 May 2016 - 01:57 PM.