+ 0 Votes out of luck unless you allow remote access CG IT 4 years ago once your on your own network [subnet], then you have to allow remote access for them to use printers located on their network. probably be cheaper if they simply buy the printers they need. + 0 Votes geez Tiger Direct? wouldn't buy from them... CG IT Updated - 4 years ago Anyways...If they[who you are renting space from] don't want you on their network, there is an alternative and that is the use of a managed switch that supports VLans. you can seperate out hosts on a single network into seperate Vlans. Only those hosts on the same vlan can talk to each other. You can then specify via an ACL, [Access Control List]that specific hosts on 1 vlan can talk to specific hosts on another vlan through the router that supports intervlan routing. But this requires some administrative efforts and someone who knows this type of inter-networking. Not cheap and the equipment isn't cheap [unless you go the used route]. The other option is to allow remote access. Most consumer level routers allow remote access via SSL. The only draw back is the limit of 5 concurrent sessions, and that you have to create a list of users who are granted remote access. + 0 Votes DMZ Churdoo 4 years ago Maybe you/they can set up a DMZ between the 2 networks for these shared resources, i.e. a third network that can route to each of the company networks but the 2 company networks cannot route to each other. Whether this is practical or not depends on how the plotter and printer are connected and served. Depending on what you have for gear, CG could be right about the cost. + 0 Votes Router ctmoore1998 4 years ago You will need a router. Put the devices that you want to 'share' in their own network space and use router acl to allow users from both networks to access the 'shared' network. + 0 Votes What about... morales2k 4 years ago this (http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3860663&CatId=584) router that has two wan ports... could the company networks go in there and the devices in the other numbered ports? Both printers access the network via ethernet cables, currently they have their unique static IP.