Answer by Razor512 · Jan 15, 2013 at 09:18 AM
Most network printers (especially the newer ones) take many steps to stop WAN access as they don't want malicious people scanning IP ranges then printing 1000 black pages.
Some printers will offer certain services that you can register for and it will securely connect from the WAN, and if the printer does not support it then there are PC applications for WAN printing.
I personally use a VPN so if I need to print on th go (have not really tried it as if I am not home, the printed paper is useless and if I am home, I can spend 30 seconds waiting for something to print.
Answer by Thunder7 · Jan 15, 2013 at 09:24 PM
The Google Cloud Print is a good suggestion...I have only played with it a bit without much testing, but the concept of it is really cool. http://support.google.com/cloudprint/?hl=en#2541633
Answer by Thunder7 · Jan 15, 2013 at 09:44 PM
It can work with any printer, IF (notice the if), you are using Google Chrome as your browser. I do use Chrome and can print to my printer from anywhere with Google Cloud Print. http://support.google.com/cloudprint/answer/1686197?rd=1
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