Home Network :: Connecting Local Printer And VPN Client Software Enabled PC?

Dec 11, 2012

i use cisco vpn client software to connect my laptop to my company's network when i at home. using dsl modem.

i wonder if it is technically possible to connect my local printer to dsl router and in such a way establish connection between my laptop and printer?

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Stats on Laptop:
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