Although I've been through Tofu9 to Thibor 15c on my two WRT54GS's, I'm not a network guru, far off it, so pls be kind and keep any responses really really simple, I'm sorry, I just don't understand terms like "cron job" etc... A colleague has set up an HTPC and asked if it possible to wake his HTPC from (a) A remote PC or (b) A mediaMVP device (linux-based). I am aware you can manually use the WOL page in Thibor 15c to wake PC's on the network, by clicking the wol button for the assigned device. However what I'd like to know is IF a PC (or mediaMVP) sends a Wake-up request can this request be recognized automatically as coming from a certain PC/device and then routed to another PC to wake it up? Like WOL port forwarding I guess? This would obviate the need to actually log in to perform the waking up task (If I have missed something fundamental and you CAN do this without logging in, please let me know!). What he would like is something like this (he obviously understands more on the sending of packets than I do): When I showed him the current WOL screen he said: Can Thibor 15c do this automatically? If not could I make a small (no idea how much work this would be, but surely it must be a "hot-item") request it be included in a future release? Thanks k.