I have a perfectly running TP-WR741ND router with its native firmware (probably not so important, but here it is: 3.12.4 Build 100910 Rel.57694n).
The router is connected directly to LAN PC's (192.168.0.0/24 network). I can manage the router from my office (i.e. from Internet). I want to be able to wake up my home PC from office.
I'm able to send a WoL packet ("magic packet", UDP port 9) from my office's PC to my router. I can set my router to resend it to a LAN address (Forwarding > Virtual Servers) and on a running target PC I can see that the "magic packet" arrives to it (I've inspected network traffic to be sure). The problem is that I cannot provide a 192.168.0.255 address when forwarding (I get: Error code: 26106 The IP address is not in the same subnet with LAN IP address.)
The question is: Is it possible to make the router send normally the magic pakcet to the network broadcast address *.255 ? if yes, how it could be done?