DWOL - a tiny Wake-on-LAN for DOS
Mateusz Viste writes: DWOL is a tiny tool that computes and sends "Wake-on-LAN" packets. Wake-on-LAN (WOL) is an Ethernet standard that allows a computer to be turned on by a network message. The WOL technology has been designed by AMD back in 1995, and widely implemented inside many Ethernet chips and mainboards since then. DWOL is designed with two goals: being tiny (no bigger than a single floppy disk sector, that is 512 bytes), yet still performing proper input validation and providing the user with clear, friendly messages. MIT License.