What a ridiculous comment. Anyway, I use this on a regular basis to wake my Mac when I get to the home or office, or if I need to perform remote management or want to trigger a Time Machine backup from far away. I understand this is advanced, so I am not surprised that an average computer user does not understand the limitations by default, and how to bypass those. You can connect to your router via web browser and try to determine if your router supports the feature, some do and some do not.
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Probably iMac too. I have to go to the machine first….
Based on my research, it MAY work if: Use Apple wireless router 2. Not off, not Hibernate. It would be nice to get that worked. Tried testing it again.
Can I 'wake' my imac from sleep mode from a Remote Location ?
Anyone knows? In case someone is wondering what port number to use, it is recommended to use UDP port 9 and configure the router to forward it to your Mac. Name required. Mail will not be published required.
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Enter your email address below: Posted by: Michael Spencer says: December 15, at 5: Paul says: December 15, at Chris says: November 14, at 9: Fredrique says: November 14, at Carl Hammel says: December 15, at 8: Gasko says: MickeyT says: July 28, at 3: Chuck says: Posted on Nov 20, Nov 20, A sleeping Mac needs something on the home network to send it a special Wake-on-LAN networking packet.
This is what a Bonjour Sleep Proxy service does. It listens for requests to connect to services on your sleeping Mac and then sends a special Wake-on-LAN packet.
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How to Remotely Wake a Mac from Sleep with Wake On LAN from iPhone
Ask a question. User profile for user: I experimented yesterday with Team Viewer as well as a video conversation internet-server-based service called appear. I set up the video stream on the target computer using Firefox Browser with the camera feed working fine on it. When it goes to Sleep, it temporarily stops recognizing its ethernet connection which only gets 'negotiated' after manually waking it.
Testing TeamViewer through its interface, similarly, the computer after sleep mode - indicated as 'offline' -wouldn't wake when I tried to access it thru the TeamViewer interface - again, when in Sleep - its not 'seeing' an ethernet connection that allows me to remotely wake it. It seemed to get pretty warm near the fan vent upper left area even after a couple of hours when I just let it run for half a day with this camera feed on. Thanks for any advice! More Less. Reply I have this question too I have this question too Me too Me too.
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