03-29-2017 12:44 AM
I'm trainee in a company and I need to implement Wake on LAN on the network.
We have in our network architecture as core network VDX 6740 with multiple VLANs (with different subnet for each VLAN) but I can ping PC which are in different subnets because we have inter-vlan routing and our network is like a simple LAN so.
I've spend several hours to find a great solution to make Wake on Lan to work but I'm a little lost with our actual configuration and the differents ways to make it work.
Then I've 2 simple questions that will maybe help me to understand easier on which commands I need to use:
- Firstly I saw that I can use ip directed-broadcast to allow broadcast on the VDX but also the possibility to use ip forward-protocol udp echo on the VLAN from where I will send magic packets.
Do I need to use the 2 commands ti make it works or only one of these two ?
- Secondly if I want to send my pagic packets to different subnets, do I need to use ip helper-address on each VLAN and specify the IP address of the VLAN where my WOL server is in ? I know that we have already ip DHCP relay in each VLAN but maybe it changes nothing for the functioning of WOL.
In any case I want to add ACL too to protect the network against smurf attacks if we enable broadcast regardless of which solution we will use, is it a good idea and is there other way to protect the network than using ACL ?
I've speciifically take a look at this post but I'm still not sure to which way to use to make WOL working:
PS : I hope you will understand my issue because I'm not native english
04-06-2017 12:57 PM
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