I have a problem I hope someone here can help me with.
I have set up a VLAN in my office. I have put some printers on the VLAN and have installed 2 NICs in the Print Server (Windows Server 2003). I did a quick NAT configuration of RRAS on the server machine and everything seems to be working fine.
Everyone on my public LAN (18.104.22.168) can print to the printers on my private VLAN (10.0.1.0) through the print server. So functionally, what I wanted to accomplish has been accomplished: my printers are segmented on to a private VLAN, everyone can print to them, and I have recovered Public addresses which were needed for server and workstations.
Now my problem. I have recently installed a print counter device on the LAN in order to see how much printing we are doing, and which printers are busiest. The problem is that I can not discover any of the printers on the private VLAN. I expected this and thought I would be able to deal with it, but so far I can’t figure out how to access theses devices from my LAN. I can not ping them (except from the Print Server) and obviously no SNMP traffic is getting through.
I have placed a route statement in my router (which is the default gateway of machines on my public LAN) which points all requests for anything on the 10.0.1.0 network to the public interface (22.214.171.124) on my print server.
I am sure that I need to do something in the configuration of the RRAS service, but for the life of me I can’t figure out what.
I have attached a rather hurried drawing of the LAN-VLAN relationship.