Network printer works via W-LAN, but not via LAN
I have the following problem: My network printer, a Kyocera FSC5100-DN is directly connected with a Motorola Netopia WLAN Router. Via D-LAN, 2 further access points are connected to the router. Additionally, one computer with Ubuntu 11.10 is directly connected to the Netopia router. Now, the following problem occurs:
I have given the network printer a static IP (192.168.1.33), so DHCP is switched off. With this configuration, all computers, which are connected via D-LAN or W-LAN to the rounter, can ping the printer and also print without problems. Only the computer, which is directly connected with the Netopia Router cannot ping the printer via http://192.168.1.33 and so also not print. If I do now switch on DHCP, the computer with Ubuntu 11.10, connected directly to the Netopia router, prints without problems - but obviously, all other computers, adressing the printer via W-LAN or D-LAN cannot print anymore as the IP changes (although the IP range for DHCP was limited in the router, starting from 192.168.1.33 and ending at 192.168.1.33).
Does someone have a way to solve that? I guess the way to fix the IP of the printer is straightforward, but somehow, then the router does not let the computer directly connected to the router adress the printer....