Laptops and PCs previously connected to Pepwave Surf SOHO MK3 (8.0.0 build 1429) via ethernet now connect via WiFi.
- The laptops and PCs were on network 192.168.50.x when connected via ethernet (Network 1).
- The printers are on network 192.168.52.x. which are connected to the network via WiFi (Network 2)
- The laptops and PCs are now on network 192.168.54.x when connected via WiFi (Network 3).
Note: The printers cannot be connected via ethernet as they are in a location with no ethernet ports.
Each of the networks have been setup as VLANs. Layer 2 isolation has been enabled for the access points.
Network 1 and Network 2 had been configured with inter-vlan enabled. The firewall rules permitted specific laptops for instance to print e.g. 192.168.50.100 (laptop) to print to 192.168.52.100 (printer). This worked successfully.
When the laptops and PCs migrated across to WiFi, the inter-VLAN between Network 1 and Network 2 was disabled and instead it is now setup with inter-VLAN communication between Network 2 and Network 3. The firewall rule for the laptops have been updated to 192.168.54.100 (laptop) to 192.168.52.100 (printer). Printing no longer functions.
If the laptops are reverted back to the Network 1 and the firewalls are rolled back i.e. 192.168.50.100 (laptop) to print to 192.168.52.100 (printer) , users are able to print again.