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jmizoguchi wrote: There is few app in iOS that free for paid on network utility that can do wake up your LAN device when you are the same network
I would suggest to use static IP any way something that is permanent .
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jimvaughan wrote: To setup Static IP's use, Advanced, Setup, LAN Setup.
I always setup the DCHP server to handout IP's in a range of 51 to 250.
I then assign static IP's in the range 2 to 50.
Using this method ties the MAC address to the static IP.
You will need to reboot the router once you have made the changes.
Reboot the PC (or renew the IP with ipconfig) to assign the new fixed IP.
Assigning a fixed IP on a laptop via the network adapter in control panel is not a good idea as you will have to change it if you travel.
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I hate repeating myself - static ip addresses and DHCP reservations are not the same thing - static ip addresses work in the absence of a DHCP server, DHCP reservations do not - "home network" or not. There is a time & place to use a DHCP reservation, and a time & place for static addresses - a host that's acting as a server is the time use a static address.
jimvaughan wrote: Of course it's DHCP reservation, DHCP reservation ensures that a given MAC address always has the same IP when on the network. It's static while on your home network and can change when not.