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Wake up a remote computer connected behind a router [closed]

I want to switch on a remote computer running debian linux connected behind a wireless router through LAN with my laptop which is connected to the router over a wireless connection. I have wakeonlan ...
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Wake On Lan server for a local network - looking for software [closed]

I'm looking for a tool that let me register computers on a network (probably taking them from an LDAP database, that would be gorgeus), and then by using a web interface, wake them by sending a WOL ...
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Is it possible to wake a computer connected directly to its NIC?

If two computers are connected by ethernet directly (ie, with no router between them) can one computer wake the other using the magic packet? I ask because it's not working for me and I'm not getting ...
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wakeup on lan support

I am looking to setup WOL on a set of servers. These are Dell PowerEdge R210 servers running Centos 6.0. I searched the BIOS and I couldnt find the WOL option. My power management in BIOS has only ...
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ethtool, WOL: What does “wake on physical activity” actually mean and (how) can I use it?

I fighting with the WOL settings of my Ubuntu box at the moment. The idea is to have an HTTP/SVN server to sleep while it's unused and wake up when it's accessed. So far, wake-on-LAN works and is ...
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Does wake-on LAN/WOL depend on hardware or the operating system?

Does wake-on LAN/WOL depend on hardware or the operating system? Or both? How does one send a command to wake up a machine if it is supported (say a Fedora server)?
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Wake On Lan doesn't work after some time, how do I solve this?

Last week I installed Ubuntu and tried to get it to boot with Wake On Lan. I rerouted all incoming packets at port 9 to the server. When it's the magic packet the server will boot. All went well ...
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Use wakeonlan by hostname rather than MAC/IP

I'm setting up a cluster and can wake up individual machines with the command wakeonlan -i 192.168.1.255 [MAC Address] I'd like to be able to do this by hostname instead of MAC, but the config ...
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How to get ethtool wake-on-lan setting to “stick”?

I have a couple of machines in my server room normally powered off which it's useful to be able to power up remotely. One of them is an old dual-P3 IBM serverWorks Intel STL2 machine on which ...