Wake on LAN is a feature where one can send a broadcast over the network to boot a machine.

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Wake on LAN over different subnets

I have 3 IP blocks and 3 Cisco Switches. Each switch has its own IP block - 10.45.100.0/24, 10.45.101.0/24 and 10.45.102.0/24 I have got a PC on 10.45.100.0/24 block. I can wake up whole computers ...
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How to get Wake-on-LAN working?

I have a PC behind a router with a dynamic IP address that I want to configure for wake-on-LAN. How do I send the magic packet to the PC? Do I configure my router to forward UDP port 6 to the PC? How ...
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Is wireless wake on lan possible?

I don't really have much to add to the question in the title.. Is it possible to wake a computer via a wireless network card? (Assuming that a wireless card doesn't consume enough power to make ...
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Wake on Lan (WOL)

I'm trying to do a WOL for my Xenserver in my lab environment. However I am not able to do it. I have enable the BIOS settings of the physical server, and from what I can see, even when the server is ...
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Wake On Lan works w/ Magic Packet But Not w/ Net Activity [on hold]

I have a Windows 8.1 system that wakes on LAN no problem via magic packet. I made sure under the device settings "power management" to uncheck "only allow a magic packet to wake the computer". It ...