Theoretical Question: Sending raw printer data through the internet.

Consider the following:

I have a CFMX7 application server running on a public/static ip address with the following TCP/IP settings

IP:192.168.0.28
SubNet: 255.255.255.0
IIS= www.mySite.com


Now assume I have a remote user access the site (www.mySite.com). They are on a different subnet with a different IP range.

IP: 150.215.017.009
Subnet:255.255.240.0

Now assume that this remote user has a networked printer device on 150.215.017.010:1099

Can I send raw data from the CFMX7 server to the printer device at the remote users request?

Hope this makes sense.
cottyenglandAsked:
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zomega42Commented:
Yes.  I would use CFX_RawSocket to send the raw request to that ip and port.
www.iexp.com/products/cfx_rawsocket/

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