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WakeMeOnLan v1.85
Copyright (c) 2011 - 2019 Nir Sofer

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This utility allows you to easily turn on one or more computers remotely by sending Wake-on-LAN (WOL) packet to the remote computers.
When your computers are turned on, WakeMeOnLan allows you to scan your network, and collect the MAC addresses of all your computers, and save the computers list into a file.Later, when your computers are turned off or in standby mode, you can use the stored computers list to easily choose the computer you want to turn on,and then turn on all these computers with a single click.
WakeMeOnLan also allows you to turn on a computer from command-line, by specifying the computer name, IP address, or the MAC address of the remote network card.

System Requirements And Limitations

  • On some Windows 10/8 systems, the Wake-Up feature doesn't work if the 'Send The Wake-on-LAN Packet To..' option is set to 'Broadcast Address'.If you have this problem, you should set this option to 'Broadcast Address According to IP Address'.
  • On the computer that you run WakeMeOnLan: WakeMeOnLan works on any version of Windows, starting fromWindows 2000 and up to Windows 10, including x64 versions of Windows.
  • On the remote computer: WakeMeOnLan can turn on the remote computer only if this feature is supported and enabled on the remote computer.Be aware that Wake-on-LAN feature only works on wired network. Wireless networks are not supported.
    In order to enable the Wake-on-LAN feature on the remote computer:
    • On some computers, you may need to enable this feature on the BIOS setup.
    • In the network card properties, you should go to the 'Power Management' and/or 'Advanced' tabs of the networkadapter, and turn on the Wake-on-LAN feature.

Versions History

  • Version 1.85
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.84
    • Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan failed to remember the last size/position of the main window if it was not located in the primary monitor.
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.83
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.82
    • Removed the 'Use Broadcast Address According to IP Address' menu item, which was inactive since version 1.70
  • Version 1.81
    • Added new option to 'Send The Wake-on-LAN Packet To..': 'Name of the device'.If you choose this option - For every computer you wakeup, WakeMeOnLan will try to resolve the name of the computer/device ('Computer Name' column) to IP address and then send the wakup packet to this IP address.If the name cannot be resolved, the IP address displayed in the 'IP Address' column will be used.
  • Version 1.80
    • When using the combination of /scan and one of the save command-line option ( /scomma, /shtml , and so on..) the 'Status' field is now updated according to scan result.
      e.g: WakeMeOnLan.exe /scan /shtml c:tempstatus.html
    • Fixed bug: On some systems, WakeMeOnLan failed to detect correctly the active network adapter for scanning.
  • Version 1.79
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
    • Added 64-bit version.
  • Version 1.78
    • The connect name is now displayed in the network adapters list. ('Advanced Options' window)
  • Version 1.77
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.76
    • The default of 'Send The Wake-on-LAN Packet To..' option is now 'Broadcast Address According to IP Address' instead of 'Broadcast Address'.This change is made because on some Windows 10/8 systems, the 'Broadcast Address' option doesn't work.
  • Version 1.75
    • Added /wakeupmulti command-line option, which allows you to wake up multiple computers, for example:
  • Version 1.73
    • Added the 'Start Scanning - Only Selected IPs' option to the right-click context menu.
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.72
    • Added 'Start Scanning - Only Selected IPs' option.
  • Version 1.71
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.70
    • Added 'Send The Wake-on-LAN To..' option (Under the Options menu): Broadcast Address (The default), Broadcast Address According to IP Address, orIP Address of the device.
    • Fixed issue: On some systems, WakeMeOnLan added items with 00-00-00-00-00-00 as MAC address.
  • Version 1.68
    • Added 'Copy As Hosts File' option. (Ctrl+H)
  • Version 1.67
    • Added 'Scan Listed IPs On Start' option.
  • Version 1.66
    • Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan failed to sort the computers list properly on start.
    • Added 'Index' column, which represents the order that the computers were added.
  • Version 1.65
    • Added option to scan only the IP addresses listed in the main window of WakeMeOnLan. ('Start Scanning - Only Listed IPs' - Ctrl+F5)
  • Version 1.62
    • You can now specify host name as the broadcast address.
  • Version 1.61
    • Added new option to 'Change Wake Up Settings of Selected Items' window: 'Send multiple Wake-on-LAN packets'.
  • Version 1.60
    • Added 'Change Wake Up Settings of Selected Items' option, which allows you to assign for every item the port number and the broadcast address that will be used instead of the default port number/broadcast address. You can select multiple items and then change the port number and broadcast address for all selected items at once.
  • Version 1.55
    • Added /cfg command-line option, which instructs WakeMeOnLan to use a config file in another location instead if the default config file, for example:
      WakeMeOnLan.exe /cfg '%AppData%WakeMeOnLan.cfg'
  • Version 1.53
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.52
    • Added 'Auto Size Columns+Headers' option.
    • Added option to choose the font displayed on the main window of WakeMeOnLan.
  • Version 1.51
    • When you choose to scan specific IP addresses range, WakeMeOnLan now automatically skips the broadcast addresses, according to the IP addresses/Subnet masks settings of every network adapter.
    • The default button of the delete question-box is 'No', in order to avoid from deleting by mistake.
  • Version 1.50
    • Added 'Use Broadcast Address According to IP Address' option. When it's turn on, the broadcast address is calculated according to the IP address. For Example, if the IP address is, then will be used as broadcast address.
    • Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan failed to load the external MAC addresses file (oui.txt) when every line has 2 leading space characters. (Sometimes this file is provided with leading space characters, I don't really know why..)
  • Version 1.48
    • Updated the internal MAC addresses database.
  • Version 1.47
    • Fixed issue: The properties dialog-box and other windows opened in the wrong monitor, on multi-monitors system.
    • Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on, the odd and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read a single line.
  • Version 1.46
    • Fixed /wakeup command-line option to accept MAC Address in xxxxxxxxxxxx format, when the computer is not in the list.
  • Version 1.45
    • Added new command-line options: /UseIPAddressesRange , /IPAddressFrom , /IPAddressTo , and more..
  • Version 1.41
    • Added /wakeupiprange command-line option, which allows you to wake up computers in the specified IP addresses range.
  • Version 1.40
    • Fixed bug: For some computers the workgroup name displayed instead of the computer name, if the NetBIOS scan was turned on.
    • Added Workgroup column (This column is filled only if the NetBIOS scan is turned on)
  • Version 1.37
    • Fixed bug: WakeMeOnLan crashed on some systems when starting the scanning and the 'Clear ARP Cache On Every Scan' option is turned on.
  • Version 1.36
    • Added 'Clear ARP Cache On Every Scan' option. This option is useful for Windows 2000/XP, because if the ARP cache is notcleared, a device might be displayed as connected even when it's not connected, because the ARP information is takenfrom the cache of Windows operating system. On Windows Vista/7, this option is irrelevant, because the ARP scanning isnot affected by the cache.
  • Version 1.35
    • Added 'Add New Computer' option (Ctrl+N), which allows you to manually add new computer to the list.
    • Added 'Edit Selected Computer' option (Ctrl+E), which allows you to edit the selected computer entry.
  • Version 1.30
    • Added new option (In Advanced Options window): Use NetBIOS protocol to locate computers on other network segments.By default, WakeMeOnLan uses only ARP protocol to detect computers on your network. If this option is turned on, WakeMeOnLan also scans your network with NetBIOS protocol. As opposed to ARP, NetBIOS scan can also detect computers locatedon other network segments.
  • Version 1.28
    • Added 'Ask Before Wake Up' option. By default, this option is turned on. If you turn it off, the 'Wake Up Selected Computers' option will work immediately, without asking any question.
  • Version 1.27
    • Added 'Start As Hidden' option. When this option and 'Put Icon On Tray' option are turned on, the main window of WakeMeOnLan will be invisible on start.
  • Version 1.26
    • the /wakeup command-line option now accepts MAC addresses in xxxxxxxxxxxx format.
  • Version 1.25
    • Added 'MAC Address Format' option, under the Options menu.
    • Copy MAC Address option now allows you to copy multiple MAC addresses.
  • Version 1.21
    • Fixed bug: When using the 'Scan the following IP addresses range' option, WakeMeOnLan didn't scan the last IP address in thespecified IP range.
  • Version 1.20
    • Added 'Put Icon On Tray' option.
  • Version 1.15
    • Added /wakeupall command-line option, which allows to easily wake up all computers in the list from command-line.
  • Version 1.12
    • Fixed the sorting of the IP Address column.
  • Version 1.11
    • Added /scan command-line option, which automatically scans your network and update the .cfg filewithout displaying any user interface.
  • Version 1.10
    • Added 'Advanced Wake Up' (F7), which allows you to specify 2 advancedparameters for waking up your remote computers: Port Number and Broadcast Address.
    • Also, added the option to specify the port number and broadcast address from command-line.
  • Version 1.00 - First release.

Start Using WakeMeOnLan

WakeMeOnLan doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it,simple run the executable file - WakeMeOnLan.exe
After running WakeMeOnLan, the first thing to do is to scan your network and collect the MAC addresses/computer names/IP addresses on your network. In order to start the network scan, simply press F5. If WakeMeOnLan scans the wrong IP addresses range,you can stop the scan process by pressing F6, and then go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9), andchoose the correct IP addresses range to scan.

All the computers information collected by WakeMeOnLan is saved into the configuration file (WakeMeOnLan.cfg) for loadingit on the next time that you use WakeMeOnLan. You can also scan your network multiple times, and if there is a new computers on your network, it'll be added to the list. Scanning your network also updates the current status of every computer - 'on' (green icon) or 'off' (red icon).If there are obsolete computers on the list, you can remove them by using the 'Delete Selected Items' option.

Turn On Remote Computers On Your Network

After scanning your network in the first time, it's very easily to turn on the computers you need.Simply run WakeMeOnLan, select the desired computers, and then choose the 'Wake Up Selected Computer' option (F8).
After using the 'Wake Up Selected Computer' option, you can run another network scan, to verify that the computers are really turned on. Turned on computers are displayed with green icon.

WakeMeOnLan doesn't wakeup my computers.. What to do ?

If WakeMeOnLan doesn't wakeup your computers - try to go to Options -> Send The Wake-on-LAN Packet To.. and choose one of the other methods to send the wakeup packet.

External MAC Addresses File

WakeMeOnLan uses an internal MAC Addresses database in order to display the company name of every network adapter.However, the internal database is not always updated with the latest MAC address assignments.
You can manually download the latest MAC addresses file from then put oui.txt in the same folder where WakeMeOnLan.exe is located.When you run WakeMeOnLan.exe, it'll automatically load and use the external oui.txt instead of the internal MAC addresses database.

Turn On a Computer From Command-Line

WakeMeOnLan allows you to wake up a computer on your network without displaying any user interface, by using the /wakeupcommand-line option.You can specify the computer name, IP address, or the free user text that you typed in the properties window,as long as the computer information is stored inside the .cfg file.You can also specify the MAC address of the remote network card, even if the computer is not stored in the .cfg file.

Optionally, you can specify the port number in the second parameter, and broadcast address in the third parameter.

WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup Comp01
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup Comp02
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup 40-65-81-A7-16-23
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup 406581A71623
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup Comp02 30000
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeup 20000

You can also wake up all computers in the list by using /wakeupall command-line option.Like in the /wakeup command-line option, you can optionally specify broadcast address and port number.

WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeupall
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeupall 20000 you want to wake up all computers in specific IP addresses range, you can use /wakeupiprange command-line option

WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeupiprange
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeupiprange 20000

If you want to wakeup multiple computers, you can use /wakeupmulti command-line option.
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeupmulti
WakeMeOnLan.exe /wakeupmulti Comp01 Comp02

Scan Your Network From Command-Line

WakeMeOnLan allows you to scan your network and update the computers list on the .cfg file without displaying any user interface,by using the /scan command-line option:
WakeMeOnLan.exe /scan

You can also specify specific IP addresses range to scan, for example:
WakeMeOnLan.exe /scan /UseIPAddressesRange 1 /IPAddressFrom /IPAddressTo /UseNetworkAdapter 0

More Command-Line Options

WakeMeOnLan.exe /cfg '%AppData%WakeMeOnLan.cfg'
  • After you finish the translation, Run WakeMeOnLan, and all translated strings will be loaded from the language file.
    If you want to run WakeMeOnLan without the translation, simply rename the language file, or move it to another folder.
  • License

    This utility is released as freeware. You are allowed to freely distribute this utility via floppy disk, CD-ROM, Internet, or in any other way, as long as you don't charge anything for this and you don'tsell it or distribute it as a part of commercial product. If you distribute this utility, you must include all files inthe distribution package, without any modification !


    The software is provided 'AS IS' without any warranty, either expressed or implied,including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitnessfor a particular purpose. The author will not be liable for any special, incidental,consequential or indirect damages due to loss of data or any other reason.


    If you have any problem, suggestion, comment, or you found a bug in my utility, you can send a message to
    /UseIPAddressesRange <0 1>Specifies whether to scan with specific IP addresses range (Specified in /IPAddressFrom and /IPAddressTo command-line options)
    0 = No, 1 = Yes
    /NetworkAdapter <Name>Specifies the network adapter name when /UseNetworkAdapter is 1
    /UseNetBios <0 1>Specifies whether to use NetBIOS scan.
    0 = No, 1 = Yes
    /stab <Filename>Save the list of computers that you previously scanned into a tab-delimited text file.
    /stabular <Filename>Save the list of computers that you previously scanned into a tabular text file.
    /sverhtml <Filename>Save the list of computers that you previously scanned into HTML file (Vertical).
    /sort <column>This command-line option can be used with other save options for sorting by the desired column.If you don't specify this option, the list is sorted according to the last sort that you made from the user interface.The <column> parameter can specify the column index (0 for the first column, 1 for the second column, and so on) orthe name of the column, like 'Computer Name' and 'Workgroup'.You can specify the '~' prefix character (e.g: '~MAC Address') if you want to sort in descending order.You can put multiple /sort in the command-line if you want to sort by multiple columns.

    WakeMeOnLan.exe /shtml 'c:tempWakeMeOnLan.html' /sort 2 /sort ~1
    WakeMeOnLan.exe /shtml 'c:tempWakeMeOnLan.html' /sort 'Workgroup' /sort 'Computer Name'

    Download WakeMeOnLan (32-bit)
    Download WakeMeOnLan (64-bit)

    WakeMeOnLan is also available in other languages. In order to change the language of WakeMeOnLan, download the appropriate language zip file, extract the 'wakemeonlan_lng.ini', and put it in the same folder that you Installed WakeMeOnLan utility.

    LanguageTranslated ByDateVersion
    ArabicMohamed.Bajdouai12/05/2015WakeMeOnLan v1.71
    Brazil PortugueseSoftDownload14/09/20111.10
    CzechJaroslav Hykyš13/04/20161.75
    DanishKim Lynge28/01/20151.68
    DutchJan Verheijen27/09/20191.85
    FrenchAnthony MAGNAN (Netbew)21/01/20171.78
    German«Latino» auf WinTotal.de26/09/20191.85
    HungarianAndrás Hirschler06/09/20111.10
    Indonesian« r4k4 »03/07/20121.00
    ItalianFrancesco Roberto18/08/20111.00
    Korean OH / Seung Jong20/12/20171.82
    PortugueseJoaquim Pena30/03/20151.68
    RomanianJaff (Oprea Nicolae)05/02/20161.73
    RussianDmitry Yerokhin15/10/20171.82
    Simplified Chinese天狼晓月23/02/20201.85
    Simplified ChineseSam-Trip15/10/20171.82
    SlovakFrantišek Fico01/10/20191.85
    SpanishDarío Goikoetxea04/07/20141.65
    SwedishStefan Ullstad14/11/20191.85
    SwedishJonas Bohdén02/09/20111.10
    Traditional ChineseDevin Hu17/01/20201.85
    TurkishMustafa BOZKURT19/06/20151.71
    UkrainianRoman Dyadichenko09/03/20131.50

    Wake-on-LAN (WOL) is an Ethernet networking standard that allows a shut down computer to be turned on remotely. Most recent motherboards that have an integrated Ethernet controller support this feature. You can enable the Wake-on-LAN feature in the Power Management section of the motherboard’s BIOS. Wake-on-LAN can turn on a computer on the same local area network or at another location via the internet.

    This is how Wake-on-LAN works; the target computer is shut down with enough power reserved only for the network adapter to function. It listens for a small piece of incoming data called the “magic packet”. When the network adapter receives a valid magic packet, the computer starts up. This packet of data is 102 bytes consisting of “FF FF FF FF FF FF” followed by 16 repetitions of the listening network device’s MAC address.

    Wake-on-LAN starts the computer from its “off” state and is like pressing the power button to turn it on and boot up as normal. It’s not to be confused with waking the computer up from standby or sleep. Here are several ways you can turn on a computer using Wake-on-LAN from within your local network or remotely over the internet.

    Wake-on-LAN over the Local Area Network

    These tools will allow you to send the magic packet and start another computer in your local network.

    1. Nirsoft WakeMeOnLan

    WakeMeOnLan is another useful and portable utility from NirSoft that displays a list of computers on the network and allows you to switch one or all of them on with the click of a button. Scan the network by pressing F5 and it will display all connected computers. For a computer you want to send the magic packet to, either make sure it’s on before scanning or add it manually from the File menu (Ctrl+N).

    Select the computer to start and click the Wake button (F8). The list of computers is saved and will be loaded the next time you start the program. Options like changing the port, sending the magic packet xx times, and the broadcast address can be changed in the settings. WakeMeOnLan has command line options and a computer can be started by either its IP address, name, MAC address or even the predefined text description you give it.

    Download WakeMeOnLan

    2. WakeOnLANx

    WakeonLANx is a compact and portable tool that can perform a number of tasks in addition to Wake-on-LAN. These include pinging target computers, remote reboot/shutdown, retrieving last boot time, getting drive space usage or service status, starting a remote desktop connection, and creating a schedule for remote startups and shutdowns.

    Adding a remote computer is not automatic and you have to do it manually. Click the Add button and supply either a MAC address only or IP address and then MAC address on the same line. Make sure to put a hash (#) before any MAC. For example, “#00-24-75-41-4F-9A” or “” will work. The broadcast address and port can be changed by right clicking on any of the entries.

    Download WakeOnLANx


    This free utility dates back to 2005 but still works well. We’re not sure why it comes only as an installer because FUSION WOL is a 125KB standalone executable. As the tool has pretty much been abandoned by its developer, we’ve zipped up the file (and its help PDF) to make it portable.

    You only need to supply a MAC address to turn on another computer. If you don’t know what that is, supply the IP address and click Get MAC. FUSION WOL has the ability to get the MAC address from an IP address, even if the target computer is off. The password box can be left blank unless you know one is needed. Entering an IP address at the bottom will tell you if the target computer is currently on or off.

    Download Fusion WOL (Portable)

    Wake-on-LAN over the Internet (Wake-on-WAN)

    Make sure to configure your router to forward the required UDP port to the computer that you want to boot up or it will not work. Using a port such as 9 or 7 is recommended although you can use almost any port you wish. Refer to on how to configure port forwarding for your router.

    4. Depicus Wake on Lan

    Depicus Wake on Lan is a small and portable tool that is able to boot up a computer using Wake-on-LAN over the internet or over the local network.

    Simply select Internet or Local subnet from the dropdown and enter the MAC address, IP address or host name, subnet mask (usually, and the port. If you are using Wake-on-LAN locally the internet address box doesn’t need to be filled.

    Download Depicus Wake on Lan

    5. SoftPerfect Network Scanner

    Sadly, Network Scanner went full shareware back in 2016 but the previous freeware version still works fine. This tool can perform a number of tasks such as scanning, pinging and getting detailed information about remote computers, discovering shared folders, and remote standby/shutdown. WOL is done via the Wake-on-LAN Manager, which you can get to from the toolbar or the Options menu.

    To Wake-on-LAN via the internet, click Add and choose IPv4, enter the MAC address of the target computer, its external IP address and the port. Enter a host name instead of an IP address if you chose that option. To start a local computer you only have to add the MAC address and port, the target host can be left alone. You can also wake up a single computer with just its MAC address from the bottom of the WOL Manager.

    Download SoftPerfect Network Scanner (Freeware version)

    If you’re unable to remotely turn on your computer using any of the tools listed above, you need to make sure that your computer is Wake-On-LAN ready by checking your system settings. There’s also 5 more ways to remotely turn on a computer with Wake-on-LAN. Find out more on page 2.

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    Additionally, tools like Teamviewer, R-HUB remote support servers etc. also provide remotely turning on and accessing the computers. You can use the same.

    Apostol Dorel9 months ago

    How you can wake up on LAN your PC if you’re not in the same network?


    Page 2 might help you with that, those options can WOL over the internet which is essentially the same thing.

    dan1 year ago

    this is “8 programms to use wake-on-lan to turn your computer on” describing exactly ONE way (WOL) – it is not 8 ways to turn a computer on … grrr :-P


    We called it 8 ways to… because there are not 8 programs or 8 websites, but a mixture. And you only have so many characters for a title.

    F4CKAU9 months ago

    turn on and wake up is 2 completely different things. thats what he meant. Its clickbait in essence xD


    Wake on LAN will “turn on” your computer from off, wake up brings the computer out of sleep/standby. Two different things but “wake” is used for both.

    Also, the commenter above did not mean the difference between turn on and wake, he was unhappy that the title says “8 ways…” when he believes there’s only one way mentioned.

    tehhellhound2 years ago

    The PC that I wanted to start up has to be on Wi-Fi due to practicality. what I did was get one of those remote controlled smart outlets and set the BIOS to default to power on. I have a UPS and a gas generator so I’m not going to lose power to that PC otherwise. I just shut down the PC as normal then cut the power for about 30 seconds when I want to start it up.


    if the power to the network adapter is off while the computer is off, you need to be able to send a broadcast to it to wake it up.
    in order to do that, an always on 3rd party device is needed that is in your home network like a tablet or old phone.
    for that i wrote an app called wol proxy for android which can do the broadcast for you and still allow you to wake the PC:

    Humberto2 years ago

    Hello, i am in brazil! Thanks ( Muito Obrigado!)


    Super !!!!

    Thanks a lot…

    freask5 years ago

    For Android users – small app to wake up your PC
    Description here
    It works even in cases where the computer behind the router NAT and port forwarding does not work (and it does not help if the PC is turned off).

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    sam7 years ago

    Thanks a lot for providing the information!
    I really needed something like this so that I could manage turning on my desktop when I am in college, and fetching necessary files.


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    amala rangnekar9 years ago

    Excellent work! :)
    We have been trying to implement this technology for our college project, and this article of yours was indeed helpful. :)


    thank you i just recently know about wake on lan

    ET Jr.9 years ago

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    Ha I woke up all my school pcs by this thanks

    Eric9 years ago

    Good article! I tested a WOL for my Asus system and it worked like a charm. Saved me driving an hour to turn the PC on!



    You are just a genius ….


    kapil10 years ago

    wow friend damn good, great for guys like me (net administrators)

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    Eunos10 years ago

    Hi Raymond, this is really helpful. I was about to get a timer hardware to switch my office computer on and off at set timings. My only problem was I need to turn it on at times when the hardware is set to “off”. Have racked my brains over this…until I read what you’ve posted. A million thanks!


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    Peter11 years ago

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    mono_maister11 years ago

    WHAT A NICE THING!!!! YOU JUST SAVE ME LOT WORK HOURS, because someone have lost the keys of the server’s room, I had to work remotly, but, for a mistake turned off the server, but, I was able to turn it on again with the software Fusion WOL, thanks a lot for your advise.


    Nice article, I already use VNC to control my machine but sometimes I forget to leave my PC on. This will help a lot, the only thing I need now is a decent router which supports dynDNS.

    Eddiet2012 years ago

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    I’ll be nearly 1 Year that I’m here as a member on this BLOG!
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