Re: Wake Up on LAN
I use /usr/sbin/arp.
There are programs that build WOL packets out there - look for
ether-wake.c, for example,
c-3 <email@example.com> writes:
> For WOL you need to know the node adress of the network card in
> the computer you want to wake up. Under Windows you can easily
> get it by winipcfg. But can someone tell me how to get it under
> > On Wed, Feb 14, 2001 at 04:56:10PM +0100, Barthazi Andras wrote:
> > | Hi!
> > |
> > | I should have to write a Backup system at my
> > | company, and I need a program can wake up
> > | the workstations. I know that I have to send
> > | the the "Magic code", do you know a program
> > | can solve it for me? And is it true, that
> > | I can just wake up a machine that suspended
> > | before (not a machine turned off -- with a
> > | motherboard under power)?
> > |
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