I see that you have attempted to forward the magic packet for WOL through the WRVS4400N, and it did not work. I am honestly unsure as to whether or not the WRVS4400N supports Wake-on-lan, but I did want to ask if you've attempted to achieve this by using a vpn tunnel or the quickvpn software, since that is the alternative to forwarding the port.
I tried doing this after doing a VPN, but doesn't seem to work. I can log into a system that I keep powered on after doing a VPN. But I still wil have to keep a sysem ON all the time. I wish there was a feature on the router just to accept these packets without having a dedicated system ON all the time.
As I said I tried port forwarding on the router, but it didn't make any difference.
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