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I want to wake up a pc behind kerio firewall.
The PC is able to start when sending the magic packet in LAN, but from WAN its not possible.

I have setup the following rule. It it correct?
Is the kerio firewall able to MAP to the broadcast address? (im my case


I also changed the var "DiscardWrongBroadcasts" to "0" in /var/winroute/winroute.cfg

[Updated on: Wed, 12 August 2015 15:02]


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Ok i got it.
from wan
to firewall
port: udp9
MAP 192.168.0.x (ip from my pc)

i also set the dhcp-server to givt this pc always the same ip.
i think kerio control needs the ip to resolve the mac-address of my lan card. my pc is obviously off, but the kerio control needs the mac-adress. (lookup by its own dhcp-server)

what i have leaned: MAP is not possible to broadcast (not "x.x.x.225" nor "*")

done and solved!

[Updated on: Wed, 12 August 2015 15:01]

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