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Hi there...

I want to use ( wake on lan ) to start (turn on) some client PCs when it's shut down.

when I do this using some apps ( many applications doing this )
I got this Log from Kerio Control

DROP malformed UDP packet to Squid, proto:UDP, len:130, ip/port: ->, udplen:102

My Network layout is like this :

Kerio machine has 3 network interfaces : / ( No gateway )
( for (LAN) local trusted interface ) / ( Gateway = )
( as WAN-1 and connects to Squid box for caching )
and I use it as a main internet gateway /
( as WAN-2 and it's a static wan IP )
and it's connecting directly to my aDSL modem

WAN-1 and WAN-2 is Load balanced by Kerio
But I using Kerio firwall rules to NAT port 80 traffic through Squid (WAN-1 gateway..
and the other traffic NATed through WAN-2 interface.

I noticed that when Kerio machine sends "Wake On Lan" packet, it sends it through WAN-1 interface =

and the log shows that it's a (malformed UDP packet) and drop it!

can some one help, Please ???

Mohammad Habeeb
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Just a guess but you can try to send the packet to another WOL port such as 6 or 9. Sending broadcasts to port 0 is very unique and can be blocked by the firewall.

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Thanks for fast replay...

try to send the packet to another WOL port such as 6 or 9

How can I do that ??

[Updated on: Fri, 24 September 2010 03:30]

Mohammad Habeeb
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