Tomato has a page in the web interface to command a WOL packet for a device on the network, and that's great, but I want to automate it so that, from outside my natted LAN, I can wake up a machine on the internal network. I tried a variety of ideas -- static ARP scripts that were suggested, subnetting to a /25 network and forwarding udp port 9 to 192.168.1.127 (broadcast address) and the rest, but I didn't get any joy. I found one thing to work, if you have enabled ssh on your WRT, namely you can say ssh root@yourwrtoutside "ether-wake mac-address". I guess that's not too bad but it's not nearly as simple as sending a WOL packet and having it forwarded onto the local ethernet where a machine, in spite of having no ARP, will see it and wake up. Any other success stories?