If two networks (Network1 and Network2) are logically the same, that is computers on the network Network1 can connect to computers on the network Network2, and vice versa, then you should merge the networks:

  1. Change printers on the network Network2 to be on the network Network1
  2. Delete the gateway from the network Network2
  3. Add the gateway to the network Network1
  4. Delete the network Network2

1. Change printers on the network Network2 to be on the network Network1

  1. Open the Printers page.
  2. Select Filters and Network and check Network2 to see the printers on this network.
  3. For each printer on network Network2 open the Printer properties page.
  4. Change Network to Network1.
  5. Select Save.

2. Delete the gateway from the network Network2

  1. Open the Networks page.
  2. Select the network Network2.
  3. Select Modify.
  4. On the Network properties page identify the Gateways section.
  5. Select the Delete icon.
    You may want to note the IP and MAC as this is the same gateway you need to select in step 14.
  6. Select Confirm.

3. Add the gateway to the network Network1

  1. Open the Networks page.
  2. Check Show only unknown networks.
    If there are no computers on unknown networks, a three-dot spinner will appear forever.
  3. Select the gateway (identified by IP and MAC address).
  4. On the Gateway properties page, select the network Network1.
  5. Select Save.

4. Delete the network Network2

  1. Open the Networks page.
  2. Select the network Network2 and select Delete.

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