Wake On Lan :: Tested
This utility can be used to remotely switch on your PC within LAN.
WOL.EXE broadcasts a “Wake On LAN” packet to the Network Interface Card (NIC) with the specified MAC address. The MAC address may optionally be followed by the IP address of the network adapter that should broadcast the packet.
wol 5c9d32b5f287 192.168.0.1
- The motherboard must support Wake On LAN.
- The NIC must support Wake On LAN.
- There must be a wire connecting the motherboard’s WOL port to the NIC’s WOL port.
- The Wake On LAN feature must be enabled in the motherboard’s BIOS.
- The “Good Connection” light on the back of the NIC must be lit when the machine is off.
- Port 12287 (0x2FFF) must be open.
- Packets cannot be broadcast across the Internet. That’s why they call it Wake On Lan, not Wake On Internet.
- To find your MAC address, run the MSINFO32.EXE tool that is part of Windows. Navigate to Components > Network > Adapter.
This utility can be downloaded from :: http://gammadyne.com/wol.exe