I'm trying to use a Raspberry Pi to remotely view a website. For example, if I have a printer I want to interact with, that hosts a browser user interface and outputs it via USB, I want to be able to connect to that wirelessly from my phone, in my phone's browser.
Currently I am connecting to the printer using a Pi 3 and TightVNC to view the Pi GUI remotely using the Pi's onboard Wi-Fi (to be clear, the Pi isn't connecting to the internet, my phone is just connecting to the Pi's local network). Once I have VNC'd into the Pi, I open the Pi's web browser, then type in the address of the printer (something like
http://192.xxx.x.xxx) to access the browser interface. From there, I can do everything I need to (send files to the printer, receiver feedback from the printer when it has printed, etc).
It's a little clunkier than I'd like, and would prefer to just be able to open up a browser in my phone and directly interface with my printer. Is there a way to do that? I'll be both sending commands to the printer as well as getting feedback from it, if that matters.