I'm working with a small office network which has fifteen devices on
192.168.2.x. They want to add a print server to the network. Simple enough, except that the print server seems to think it's
192.168.23.8. A firmware reset will change the print server IP to
192.168.1.10--still on another subnet. I was unable get online drivers/manuals for further troubleshooting, but I'm having them shipped to me. In the meantime, I'm trying to see if I can fix the problem by manually configuring the device from the command line.
I can see the print server attached to my router, I know its MAC address and that it's thinking it's on a different subnet. I seem to recall that there's a way to get to that subnet because it's on the same router, but can't seem to do it. Is that plausible? or am I imagining something I learned in the past?