From: Rob Berendt
How do you use "wake on Lan"?
Since I haven't seen any responses to this: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=How+do+you+use+%22wake+on+Lan%22%3F&l=1
I see that page covers the things I know about WOL.
1. It must be enabled in BIOS.
2. The computer sending the WOL signal must be on the same network segment. ("Must" is a bit strong, as there are ways around the issue.)
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