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what thermal printer can be printed to directly from a Remote location

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I am trying to figure out a way to get a remote thermal printer similar to a POS printer to print out from a remote server. would I need to setup a router to pass through the IP address of the printer?
the printer would have to have a network port for direct communication.
thanks,
Marty
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It would likely be easier and more readily available to put the thermal printer of your choice on a print server. The print server will have the networking capability you need. I do this with ticket printers and a older dot matix printer.  ... Thinkpads_User
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