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Windows 7: Wake on LAN over the internet

08 Jul 2013   #1
Ramiki

Win7 pro
 
 
Wake on LAN over the internet

Hi All,

I know this been sent couple of times before . but i just want to clearify something about this WOL over the internet .

I have a NetGear-DGND4000. am not sure how good this is to do the above task.

but from looking around the internet I had a look on some toutorials. and this is what i been doing . corect me if i am doing something wrong.

1- created a static address for the WOL machine i want to wake up 192.168.0.50
2-forwarded port 9 UDP
3- and i've done al lthe checks and made sure that the computer is able to wake up with the special packet as the toutorial is saying .


but i have no luck waking the machine up over the net but on my LAN i am able to do it with out a problem .


link to one of the toutorials i been looking at : How To: Wake on LAN / Wake on WAN - Step 1 - Enable Wake on LAN - SmallNetBuilder

if there is another way to do this please let me know .

one more thing can my router be suported with DD-WRT if anyone knows .

Thank you


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08 Jul 2013   #2
Shadowjk

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 ; Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
 
 

What IP address are you using to wake the device over the internet? Your router will most likely have NAT installed therefore you will need to use the public IP address of that network and not 192.168.0.50

If you type into Google 'What's my IP' you should receive your public IP address

Hope This Helps,
Josh
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08 Jul 2013   #3
Ramiki

Win7 pro
 
 

Yes the ip above is just my local static ip that i forwaded the prot to . but i am using my MAC of the WOL computer and my public ip to try and wake up the machine . . and yes i did check it with whats my ip . i also have dyndns so i tried that as well but no luck
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09 Jul 2013   #4
Ramiki

Win7 pro
 
 

Can someone let me know the steps on what should i do to do this. I already have dyndns account setup and static ip for the machine. i only need to have a guide on what need to be done to do it . thanks
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