ICYMI, your default Maxis Fibre Technicolor router (model TG784n V3 specifically) comes with a build-in print server function. A print server function will allow you to share your printer with several PC or Laptop. If your router has this function and it’s a wireless router, it will allow you to connect to a non-wireless printer wirelessly as long as that printer is connected to the router either via its USB or LAN port.
In this post, albeit it is not a food review, which is a niche of this blog, will tell you how to activate and use the print server function.
For this post, I will use my home printer which is a Hewlett-Packard (HP) model number K209g and my PC OS is Windows 7. But more or less the steps will be the same for different printer or Windows version.