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Wake On LAN How to


How to setup and use Wake on LAN
Is it possible to wake a remote computer up from the Interne


How to setup and use Wake on LAN


Wake on LAN or called WoL is an Ethernet networking standard that allows a computer to be woken up remotely. To use WoL, you need Motherboard BIOS and NIC WoL support, and make sure you have enabled them.


To wake up a remote computer from sleep or hibernate, you need to download and load a software on your local computer. The below are some software and the example of the configuration.


Fusion WOL offers many useful features such as getting MAC address, checking the state of a PC. To wake up a remote computer, you enter the MAC address or get it before it goes to sleep. Then click Turn on PC.



For Magic Packet and MagicWake, you must enter IP address, MAC address and subnet to wake up a remote computer.




It is possible to wake up a computer from the Internet. To do so, you need to forward port 7 to the remote computer.

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