Patrick Shanahan wrote:
If the printer
is not available on the Internet, you can't print to it.
Sure you can, but the
means are somewhat devious. I can print from
anywhere with google's "Cloud Print". There is also an HP app which
with particular printers from outside your local network w/o baring yout
printer to the world. I str that both require setting up via google's
Can you set up a CUPS printer and access it from elsewhere, if you
didn't configure it and your firewall to allow such access? No, I
didn't think so. I have never used a cloud printer. How do you access
it, if you don't configure it to be accessible from outside or at least
running some software that makes it available?
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