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Separate Network Print Server

Discussion in 'Networking' started by SPSU_Guy, Sep 10, 2004.

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  1. SPSU_Guy

    SPSU_Guy Thread Starter

    Sep 10, 2004

    Here we go...

    I want to set up a print server that prints to separate networks. One network is a Linux/Solaris LAN that is not connected to the internet and A Microsoft Network running either Win2000 or Windows XP Pro that is connected to the internet... it is currently running 2000 but will upgrade to XP pro. These two separate Lans will need to access this print server to access the HP LaserJet 4100 printer. So far this is what I want to do... I have an Tangent computer (Pentium 2 400 mhz 64mb ram with kingston network card) I will be adding a Office Link 3CSOHO100-TX Fast ethernet card. I will be assigning each ethenet card (considering it is possible) separate ip address. One from the ms network and one from the unix network. How do I enable these two separate networks that must not be connected print to the networked printer... or should I just share the printer onto the computer that serves as the print server..... ( I also have a linksys print server device) also do I need Nat Software... because of the 2 ethernet cards....
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