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Re: Wake on Lan across subnet

At 4:37 PM -0800 11/14/06, Clark Martin wrote:
At 8:14 AM -0900 11/14/06, Bob Henry 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

It's a characteristic of WOL which, AFAIK, is independent of ARD.

It is not a characteristic of WOL. WOL is just a "magic packet", one sent either by TCP or UDP that contains a very specific content. It can be sent to any machine, anywhere, so long as the traffic is not blocked.



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