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X86 Bridge - Devices on separate ports not visible to one another

I have a client with a SOHO. I'm using the available XG86 ports as a switch and I created a Bridge with two ports and setup a Lan to Lan policy, but the devices on Port 1 can't see the devices on Port 4. The XG can ping the devices with no problem. I've attached screen shots of my configuration.



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  • Hi,

    more than likely the printer is using non-routable protocol. Try setting up the printer on the PC using the IP address.

    Ian

     
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  • I tried that as well, but the PC can not find the printer. What is strange is that I can Ping the device via the Bridge defined on the FW, but I can't ping the printer from the PC.

  • Dumb question  are they both on the same network addressing scheme?

    Ian

     
    V18.0.x - e3-1225v5 6gb ram on 4 port MB with 2 x APX120 - 20w. 
    If a post solves your question use the 'This helped me' link.
  • Frank,

    Is nat enabled on the firewall rule? Also, the same pc needs to surf on internet?

    Regards

    Luk

    Security Architect

    UTM Certified Architect - XG Certified Architect