Wake on Lan -- Help

Discussion in 'General Computer Support' started by George Hines, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. George Hines

    George Hines

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    Hi;
    Am new member.

    I have a wake on lan problem.
    Using a particular software tool, I can successfully wake up a computer on my network.

    When sending the "magic Packet" from my wireless notebook the wired network computer wakes up.

    When sending the packet using the same software from a computer that is wired to the network to another computer wired in the network, I get a message that UDP port 7 is not available or being used by something else.

    How can I free up UDP port 7 form the wired PC?

    George
    George Hines, Sep 6, 2008
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