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  1. #16

    Ether-wake

    Hi All,

    Does anyone have ether-wake (www.scyld.com/wakeonlan.html) compiled for the ASUS wl500? Is there someone kind enough to do it for me?

    Thank you very much in advance,
    ROliveira

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    yes it is already included in the custom firmware (1.7.5.9cr5 for example)

    [root@WL500G root]$ ether-wake
    Specify the Ethernet address as 00:11:22:33:44:55.

    i've tested this too, and it works. it flawlessy turns on my nForce2 powered pc

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  3. #18
    Thanks a lot!

    ROliveira

  4. #19

    Wake on LAN?

    Has anyone compiled a wake on LAN utility? My motherboard has that option and I would like to be able to turn it on from the router. I found some Linux tools here. Maybe someone would like to compile?

    Unless someone is compiling perl of course.. That would be even better! Is there a reason why that hasn't been done yet? Wouldn't perl be great to have on there?

    S.

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    it's even already built-in to the latest custom firmwares (current 1.9.2.7-4)

    [root@WL500gx root]$ ether-wake
    Specify the Ethernet address as 00:11:22:33:44:55.

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  7. #22
    Very sorry! Officialy kicking my self on the leg!

    S.

  8. #23
    Hi,

    sorry for asking once more: Could someone please explain step-by-step how to wake up a pc from WAN-side through the WL500g with the latest firmware installed? Thanks!

    fraho

  9. #24
    To wake machine with mac adress: 00:11:22:33:44:55

    Telnet to router and type:
    Code:
    ether-wake 00:11:22:33:44:55
    You can also use "Hidden admin page".

    S.

  10. #25
    Thanks for your quick answer! Anyway, what can I do if I'm behind a firewall and the telnet-port can't be used? Isn't it possible to create a graphical WOL-Page within the web-frontend (I know, I shouldn't have remote administration enabled but who cares.....) so that any opened port could be used for WOL as well as for all other things?

    fraho

  11. #26
    How about SSH? That's what I use..

    S.

  12. #27
    What port does ssh use?
    By the way, I've never used the "hidden admin page", how do I get there?

    fraho

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    22.
    Faq.

    S.

  14. #29
    o.k, just before I start flashing a new firmware on a running system :

    Will this "hidden Admin page" let me send a wake-on-lan-command via Web-Frontend (via port 80)?

    fraho

  15. #30
    I can't test it for you right now, but I don't see how it shoult not work. So yes. You should be able to wake-on-lan from the web.

    S.

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