Setting Up Wake-Up-LAN On Current Desktop?

May 31, 2011

I am thinking of setting up Wake-Up-LAN on my current desktop. The only problem is that I am using a wireless router, and it would be impossible for me to connect it with a cable. Would it be possible for me to use a wireless router? If not, would it be possible for me to use another router, connect it wirelessly to the original router, and connect that one with my desktop?

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Setting Up New Network Whilst Keeping Current One Running?

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As part of my course, I have to install a brand new network, including cabling, setting up equipment etc in a room whilst ensuring that the current network system for that room is still running without any issue. How to do this as it includes taking out/changing the infrastructure in relation to cabling?

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Oct 31, 2012

Region : Ireland
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ISP : Eircom

I'm trying to set up external Wake On Lan with my TP Link router.

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Dec 25, 2012

Trying to configure my desktop to Wake on Lan. I have the BIOS set to WOL(PME) enabled, i have the ports set up, and everything. I installed a WoL Sniffer on the desktop, and sent a wake up command and the sniffer showed it came through (with the correct FF FF FF FF FF FF <Mac address repeating>). The router it's hooked up to has the UDP port 9 forwarding, ad that's what my WoL tool is sending, and i see the light by the ethernet port and it does indeed flash repeatedly when i try to send the WoL magic packet.However, nothing happens. It's shut down, plugged in, i used the soft shut down from windows,If it was the router, then the light wouldn't flash when sending it...

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May 5, 2011

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May 5, 2011

Actually i was having an windows 2003 server with an public ip at my office... i had hosted a new site into that servers ( iis )in order to open the site it needs a vpn connection to read database! now the problem here is after giving vpn connection i was unable to connect to the server through remote desktop from my home!! if i need to connect to the server i need to setup the vpn connection at home also. so is there any solution how to connect to remote desktop even if vpn is connected!

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Jan 30, 2012

I have set up a home network some time ago, using a 4-port wired router. All four ports are in use, one of which by my own desktop computer running Windows XP Home, SP3.I recently received a new laptop running Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit). Because I can't afford a wireless router at the moment, I've been trying to set up my Windows XP computer as a wireless access point (using a Wireless LAN PCI card), so I can connect my laptop to it and share my internet connection.However, when I try to set up an ad hoc network on my XP computer, it doesn't show up in the list of available networks on my laptop, though it does show up on the XP computer, with the message that it's waiting for other computers to join.The same thing happens the other way around. When I try setting up an ad hoc network on my laptop, it doesn't show up on my desktop computer.

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Feb 11, 2012

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I have been trying in vain to setup my home network so that I can perform wake on lan (WOL) over the internet. I have been able to do WOL with a magic packet utility within my local network - so I know that the PC NICS are configured correctly - but this does not work when I try it from my office for example, over the internet.

I have a virtual server set up forwarding ports 9 and 7, UDP to 192.168.1.101 initially, but found some threads about using the broadcast address so changed this, but still no luck. I had to downgrade to 1.20 from 1.21 as I found several threads here about firmware versions not allowing broadcasts.

My setup is as follows:

Router: 192.168.1.1
PC1      192.168.1.101 (static assigned by MAC address in the router)
PC2      192.168.1.102 (static assigned by MAC address in the router)

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I was wondering if you can use wake on lan on the studio XPS 1645.. i've been looking all over the internet but couldnt find anything usefull & the dell email option wasnt working.

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Broadcom Netlink (TM) Gigabit Ethernet

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Dec 3, 2012

I would like to configure my PC to be able to use wake on LAN/WAN mainly for power issues, so I don't have to have it on all the time to access anything I need. I bought a Linksys Cisco E 900 2 weeks ago. Now I am getting really frustrated since as far as I know I did configure everything needed for it but it does not seem to work nor through WAN or even in LAN.
 
What I did so far is:
 
1. In my BIOS I could not find a seperate wake on lan option under power management but I did find a "Power on by pci(e) device which I have enable.

2. I have a built in Realtek Ethernet card on my motherboard. In the setting I: Shutdown wake on lan - Disable Wake on magic packet - Enabled Wake on pattern match - Enabled Also the option to allow this device to wake up the computer using magic packet is also ticked.

3. I use Windows 7 and have installed and started Simple TCP/IP Services

4. I opened up UDP port 9 in Windows Firewall

5. I have set single port forwarding in the E900 to my reserved IP for both TCP and UDP port on port 9 and just in case port 7.
 
After all this it is not even working inside my LAN. Also I tried a port scanner and checking for open ports and UDP port 9 doesn't seem to be open. Why is that? Did I configure something wrong in the router?

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Mar 30, 2013

Region : Others
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Firmware Version :
ISP :

my ip address is not static i use no-ip sevice to get dns how to set my tp link for wake on lan

I managed to update ddns in my tp link How do I go from here?

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May 6, 2012

I'm hoping to get this router to allow WOL (actually wake on WAN) but it seems to be blocking the necessary broadcast magic packet even though the settings appear correct. It's not critical, but the reason is this: I'd like to shut down the home PC, but when necessary be able to start it up and use a VPN to access any info I need remotely.
 
From within the LAN, I can verity that WOL works. I have NIC and PCI WOL enabled in the BIOS. The NIC (a Marvel Yukon Gigabit) has WOL enabled as well as "allow this device to wake.." using magic packets under power management. The target machine's local IP is reserved through the EA4500 DHCP Reservation table. Just for troubleshooting, I opened port 9 in windows firewall. More importantly, I have ports 7-9 forwarded to my target LAN address. Single port forwarding... it just has been less reliable (?). I'm using a mask of 255.255.255.128 in order to enable broadcasting on .127 at some point as it seems it must be necessary. Broadcasting on .255 is not possible, despite some workarounds I found on the web. EA4500 firmware is the latest, 2.0.37. I have turned off the multicast filter and the anonymous internet filters under the security tab.
 
So, with these settings, I can WOL from inside the network no problem either targeting the LAN address, or by using a dyndns address. So far so good.With these same settings, I can go to WAN using Depicus or the Cloud Connect Pro app over 4G on an iPad. With all these same settings, WOLsniffer confirms the magic packet still getting through over WAN (obviously using the dyndns address). Even better, I can shutdown the target PC and STILL wake it up within a few minutes from WAN. Let me restate that! Wake up over WAN works, but only for the first few minutes after a shutdown.
 
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Jan 16, 2012

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Aug 7, 2012

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On catalyst I saw that it was sufficient to activate this control "authentication control-direction {both | in}" Except that it seems not to exist on this switch. Is there another way to enable 802.1x on WoL without using this command?
 
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Apr 17, 2013

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Jul 15, 2011

I'm having trouble getting my evga 680i to wake on lan from a powered off state. I've done it before but for some reason now it doesn't seem to work. I have formatted since the last time I used wake on lan.

I've got all the settings right in the bios and everything. WOL is enabled in the networking properties on the adapter and in the bios. I can wake from a sleep or hibernate state - just not powered off. Using a WOL test client it confirms it is receiving the magic packet.

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the config below
 
interface Vlan190ip directed-broadcast 100 (Enables the translation of a directed broadcast to physical broadcasts)
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