Send Wake-on-Lan _Packet
kee at kagi.com
Sun Nov 25 16:34:19 EST 2007
Assuming you are talking about a Mac, instead of Wake-On-LAN, perhaps
use something that will wake up your mac kiosk at specific times and
then make sure you hit that window to do all your remote maintenance.
The Mac-ish things I read about online were iCal and Automator. I'm
certain that there is probably something you can set in cron or some
other unix command to do what you need.
But ... why not have the kiosk send you the file before it goes to
sleep for the night? Seems like that would be easier.
On Nov 25, 2007, at 1:23 PM, Sivakatirswami wrote:
> I just downloaded WakeOnLan 0.90 From version tracker. It's the
> latest and works on Leopard. BUT:
> Wake-on-Lan is not going to work. the Kiosk machine is connected
> via Airport and WiFi protocol as of Nov 97 does not yet support
> sending Wake-on-Lan packet to a Airport connected machine.
> Any other solutions?
> Sivakatirswami wrote:
>> Anyone know how to send a "Wake-on-Lan" packet from one machine to
>> I have our little Guestbook Kiosk which is set to be awake on a
>> tight schedule and sleeps the rest of the time, but after visiting
>> hours our team here will want to get the data so they will need to
>> wake up the computer remotely. We don't want to go around
>> installing Remote Desktop Admin on those machines, way over kill,
>> they just need to wake up the machine, share the screen for a few
>> minutes, grab a file etc. Since I will be building a UI in Rev to
>> deal with the guestbook entries on the kiosk box, I would really
>> like a button on the Rev UI, to "Wake Up Kiosk"
>> Any ideas? I suppose I could get into stack interaoperability, but
>> that also seems over kill and I'm not sure that if the rev app on
>> the Kiosk will can still "hear" anything on sockets if the machine
>> is sleeping
>> (um I guess that's a second question).
>> I also just downloaded an old Wake 550 app for this but is 4
>> years old and adds yet another application to the framework.
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