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  Views: 6461Topic:: «Is Wake on LAN possible over www ?» on forum: Free Network Utilities by Famatech
#1
Is it possible to wake up a computer which is accessed through port forwarding on a remote router ? The computer normally is accessed for full control using a DNS name.
Do I only have to enter the Radmin password in the shutdown optios dialog ?
#2
Yes, it's possible using Radmin. Make sure, that connection between this two computers exists - try to connect via full control mode to test it.

Best regards, Gregor Petrov, Famatech Support Team
#3
I'm a little lame at networks but i want to be able to Power on my PC using the Wake On Lan. My network is behind a gateway and name server but my provider gave me an forwarding port to my local IP. How can i power on my PC via the internet. My os is Win XP.
I hope you will solve my problem smile:(
#4
Sorry, this is impossible to power-on remote computer if only one port is forwarded. Wake-On-Lan uses s-called "magic packet" that must travel freely to remote machie. This is always works on LAN, and sometimes other the www if both providers can forward such packets.

Best regards, Famatech support team.
Best regards, Gregor Petrov, Famatech
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