Wopy wake on Lan/Wan

Wopy

Wopy is yet another Wake on LAN/WAN tool, that allow a computer to be turned on or woken up remotely
by a network message sent usually on another computer on the network.

What is WOL and WOW ?
Wake on LAN, or WOL, is the ability to send a signal over a local area network (LAN) to power up a PC.
Wake on WAN or WOW, is the ability to send that same signal over a wide area network (WAN), such as the Internet,
to trigger power-up of a PC on a private LAN.

The frame sent to the target PC carries a special datagram, called a “magic packet”.
The Magic Packet is a packet containing the hardware (or MAC) address of a specific network card repeated 16 times,
NICs that are WOL capable & active, upon receiving the Magic Packet, will send a power-on signal to the motherboard,
activating the power supply and booting the system.

How a Magic Packet Frame looks like:
_________________________________________
| 0xff | 0xff | 0xff | 0xff | 0xff | 0xff |
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
|MAC[0]|MAC[1]|MAC[2]|MAC[3]|MAC[4]|MAC[5]|
—————————————–
optional SecureON ™ password:
_________________________________________
|PASS0 |PASS1 |PASS2 |PASS3 |PASS4 |PASS5 |
—————————————–

The port 9 is used by default to send packet.
Check that your firewall routes broadcast messages sent on this port to your network to ensure successful execution.

Wopy wake on Lan/Wan

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