Xerox WorkCentre Pro 133 in DMZ. Is this a bad idea?
Product Name: WorkCentre Pro 133
My coworker asked me if it would be possible for him to print documents from home using the web service on our office printer. I told him no, but then it occured to me that we can place the printer in the DMZ, routing all internet traffic to our office's IP address to the printer. Is this a terribly bad idea? What can go wrong? Does anyone have any advice for locking down the firewall to prevent the printer from getting hacked, or are these printers made to be on the internet?