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Feb 10, 2016 Enable Wake-On-LAN on DD-WRT router Solutions | Experts Hi DD-WRT Experts I am trying to enable Wake On LAN (WOL) on my internal LAN by forwarding UDP port 7-9 on the DD-WRT based Linksys WRT54G sitting between the internal and external LAN. The network topology is below. Internal LAN <-> Linksys WRT54G <-> External LAN <-> SonicWALL Firewall <-> Internet <-> Remote Client. Select all Open in new window Wake-on-LAN - ArchWiki - Arch Linux The target computer's motherboard and Network Interface Controller have to support Wake-on-LAN. The target computer has to be physically connected (with a cable) to a router or to the source computer for WoL to work properly. For notes on how to do it on a router with DD-WRT firmware, see this tutorial and for a router with OpenWrt firmware Is there a way to switch PC ON Wake On LAN using Smarthub

I am using the dd-wrt firmware because I need the WOL feature (wake on Lan/Wan) extensiveley. This feature is not available on the Linksys stock firmware for this router. During a recent attampt to flash a newer version of the dd-wrt firmware I inadvertently reverted back to the Linksys …

I'd also strongly urge that if you're going far enough to set up WoL, spend the extra time and add dd-wrt to your router. The huge advantage with dd-wrt is if you're like me and have a dynamic IP Downloaded the latest DD-WRT version for your NetGear R7000. Disable WiFi on the computer (desktop or laptop) that you use for flashing your router. The computer you’re using for flashing should be wired to the router (ethernet). Make sure the power source of your router and computer are reliable. Make a backup of your router’s config.

+1 DD-WRT for WOL, or phone apps, but both are manual methods. The easiest way I have to wake a PC automatically is an Aeon plug-in smart switch, with PC BIOS set to boot on power-restored. This is easy to include in ST routines, Alexa can use it too.

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