TP-Link Archer AC1750 router has USB ports and firmware settings for Printer Share. I purchased a USB to Centronics for my HP4000 Laserjet hoping to make it shareable. The UGREEN USB to IEEE1284 CN36 Parallel Printer Adapter Cable for Printer, Inkjet, Laser etc (6FT) has a Prolific chipset. TP-Link instructions reference the need to download and install their driver utility which I did on a Windows 7 machine. The TP-Link driver utility identifies the HP4000 as "Fax" and does not successfully do a Printer Test.
I connected via USB the USB to Centronics to another computer and I can print fine. Bottom line, I would like to share the HP4000 on our TP-Link AC1750.