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accepted Is it possible to wake a computer connected directly to its NIC?
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comment Is it possible to wake a computer connected directly to its NIC?
There are two LEDs on the computer I'm trying to wake. When turned off, just the orange one is continuously illuminated. When I turn it on, this turns off then back on and stays lit. The green LED starts flashing a bit when turned on, but not when off.
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comment Is it possible to wake a computer connected directly to its NIC?
What's the difference between a standard cable and cross-over cable? I didn't know there was a difference so I'm probably not using a crossover cable. The computers communicate fine when they're actually on, so does this indicate that the cable isn't the problem or will it still need to be crossover?
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comment Is it possible to wake a computer connected directly to its NIC?
Yep, they work fine when on.
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comment Is it possible to wake a computer connected directly to its NIC?
One NIC is 100Mbit and the other is 1000Mbit, never thought about that before.
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comment Using dnsmasq to resolve all hosts to the same address
@PaulAckerman I used public WiFi as an example. This AP will never allow real DNS requests to be made. I'll try the iptables thing.
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