|First, thank you all for replying so quickly.|
I tried adding the printer on Router 1 LAN through its static IP address using the TCP/IP add printer feature on a computer on Router 2, before first post, but it did not work. It was not an issue of driver as the printer was discovered and worked just fine when computer was plugged in directly in Router 1.
Please take a look at the last paragraph in the post by CurtR saying:
"Once setup and working properly, the 192.168.1.0/24 LAN will have internet access, connectivity with anything else plugged into Router2 but will not have access to anything plugged in to Router1. The reverse is true also, computers plugged into Router1 will have internet access and LAN access to devices plugged into Router1. But they will not have access to anything plugged into Router2."
I think that I am experiencing exactly what CurtR mentioned and I was hoping to find out how the setups on Router 2 could be done slightly differently exactly as not to run into problems accessing stuff plugged into Router 1, as the printer is.
Disabling the firewall on Router 2 did not help, and the ping to printer IP address fails.