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Fri, Sep 14, 2018 2:18 PM

Airprint not working in tunnel WLAN when client and printer connected to different APs

Hi,

following situation:

#SSID1 and #SSID2 are both in tunnel mode and in same VLAN (900).
When a Airprint enabled printer is connected to #SSID1 and an Apple client is connected to #SSID2 on the same AP, everything works as expected.

When the printer is connected to #SSID1 on AP1 and Apple client is connected to #SSID2 on AP2, no Airprint connectivity is available. The client can't see the printer and therefor can't print.

So both scenarios are nearly the same setup with the difference, that the printer and the client in setup two are not on the same AP. Everything else is the same in both setups.
No Bonjour fencing and no Bonjour gateways are configured (as we do not cross different VLANS)

Ruckus support did not have a good idea yet to solve this issue. Maybe someone here has a better idea?

Thanks

Sven

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2 years ago

the printer is connected to #SSID1 on AP1 and Apple client is connected to #SSID2 on AP2, no AirPrint connectivity is available. check your WLAN connectivity.
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Thanks for the information.

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