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Re: Wake on Lan across subnet



Correct. You basically tell the system which network to route through to reach the other network.

Example:

Destination Gateway

10.1.14.0       10.1.10.81
10.1.10.0       0.0.0.0
10.1.11.0       10.1.10.81
192.168.10.0    10.1.10.81

As you can see here, my local network is 10.1.10.0 as defined by not needing a gateway to access it. The other networks require a gateway to be accessed so I have set that up on the machines. There is a way to do this inside the hardware routers as well, however this all depends on your router configuration. Also the gateway can make this transparent.

Bennie L. Callies, Jr. wrote:
I don't exactly know what kind of voodoo our Network Engineers have thrown at our Network, but every subnet/section of our network in all our cities acts as though their all in the same building on the same subnet... A sleeping machine appears offline, but if I send the Wake command... it does (when called by it's last known IP, when it still has that IP)... There has to be something in router settings that lets you pass that packet type from one network segment to another, or the use of VLANS that connect the networks to each other.

Bennie L. Callies, Jr.
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On Nov 14, 2006, at 11:39 AM, Theodore J. August wrote:

Bob,

>From all the documentation I have read, this is not possible. I don’t even think its something you can configure on the network hardware, as it’s a limitation of ARD. ARD 3.0 also has the same limitation.

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On 11/14/06 12:14 PM, "Bob Henry" <email@hidden <mailto:email@hidden>> wrote:


An archive search on the subject line advances the notion that WOL from 10.200.30 to 10.200.31 is not possible using ARD. Is this an axiom or an opinion? Please advise. Using ARD 2.2 mostly panther clients some tigers in the brush also. TIA


Bob Henry
Wrangell, AK 99929
907-874-2321 x 240




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 >Re: Wake on Lan across subnet (From: "Theodore J. August" <email@hidden>)
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