Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80

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Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80
Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80
2019-03-12 15:48:40

So we want to be able to use WOL and we have a web server behind a router that we want to be able to have port 80 on the WAN forwarded to port 80 on a IP on the LAN.

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Re:Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80
2019-10-22 03:32:02 - last edited 2019-10-22 03:32:29

@ftwig As the name suggested, WOL is designed to wake-up a machine through a local network. So you have to be in the same network with your target device to make it work. In this step, we will try to do just that.
First, you have to turn on the WOL feature on your motherboard. Enter the BIOS setup and look for “ Wake up on PCI event” or “ Wake up on LAN” and enable it.
Second, on Ubuntu, you have to know your default interface, check if it supports WOL, and turn on the feature. try to visit https://en.savefrom.net/11-how-to-download-vimeo-video.html for more info. 

Look this code

$ route #Get name of the default interface, for example: eth0
$ sudo ethtool eth0
#Look for "Supports Wake-on: g" line, which means WOL supported
$ sudo ethtool -s eth0 wol g #Enable WOL

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Re:Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80
2020-01-21 12:24:34

@ftwig Hi

To open a port on the TP-Link WR940N router you need to:

  1. Setup a static IP address on the device or computer you are forwarding these ports to.
  2. Login to your Huawei HG8245H router.
  3. Find the port forwarding section.
    • Click the Forward Rules link.
    • Click on Port Mapping Configuration.
  4. Create a port forward entry.

 

I hope this helps!

Ruskin

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Re:Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80
2020-04-25 21:29:34

@ftwig The mainboard and wired network adapter supports Wake-on-LAN feature.

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Re:Looking for wifi router that suports WOL and forwarding 80 to 80
2020-05-22 07:47:02 - last edited 2020-05-22 07:52:33

@ftwig  

Re:Looking for wifi switch that suports WOL and sending 80 to 80 

@ftwig As the name recommended, WOL is intended to awaken a machine through a neighborhood arrange. So you must be in a similar system with your objective gadget to make it work. In this progression, we will attempt to do only that. 

To start with, you need to turn on the WOL include on your motherboard. Enter the BIOS arrangement and search for " Wake up on PCI occasion" or " Wake up on LAN" and empower it. 

Second, on Ubuntu, you need to know your default interface, check on the off chance that it underpins WOL, and turn on the component. attempt to visit https://y2videos.in for more information. 

Look this code 

$ course #Get name of the default interface, for instance: eth0 

$ sudo ethtool eth0 

#Look for "Supports Wake-on: g" line, which implies WOL upheld 

$ sudo ethtool - s eth0 wol g #Enable WOL 

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