When I open http://my.jetpack and go to the Jetpack Settings - Advanced Settings, there is a LAN tab. Does this mean that the Jetpack can act as a router for my notebook and printer?
I am trying to set up both my notebook and my printer to connect to the jetpack so I can navigate the internet with the notebook as well as receive internet printed documents (my HP printer is set up with WebServices). Does the LAN tab mean that I can also printer through the Jetpack directly to the connected printer?
Yes, your Jetpack can be your network's router. WebServices will not work through Verizon Wireless, because Verizon's internal NAT firewall blocks unsolicited inbound connections. However, all computers on your LAN should be able to use the printer as a normal [wireless Wi-Fi] printer.