I want to be able to, from ANY internet-connected computer with a web browser, be able to:
1) Turn on my home computer (wake on lan)
2) Access its webserver (apache)
3) Turn it off
I got Wake on Lan working from the internet. I can successfully boot my computer from the web WOL form at http://www.depicus.com/wake-on-lan/woli.aspx
as well as from computers on my local network.
Apache is configured the way I want it, of course.
The problem I'm experiencing, really, is turning it off again when I'm done. I'd also welcome any tips about how to make the whole operation more secure.
ALEX:/home/alex/Music# uname -a
Linux ALEX 2.6.15-1-k7 #2 Mon Mar 6 15:42:39 UTC 2006 i686 GNU/Linux
Machine is AMD64 but I can't run a 64-bit kernel because of flashplugin, openoffice, etc. and I don't want to bother with a chroot.
Running a vanilla install of Debian Etch, x.org 6.9
Server is Apache/2.0.55 (Debian) PHP/5.1.2-1 Server Port 80
NIC: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL-8139/8139C/8139C+
Internet running through DI-604 configured to allow UDP packets on port 9 to my computer for Wake-on-Lan to work.
Could anyone help me? Please remember the only thing the accessing computer can have is a web browser (So no SHH or anything that won't work on Windows!) Thanks bunches.