Is it possible to boot another computer (Windows preferrably) with a special network command?
Use case (let's call this command
- ComputerA at home is switched off or in standby
remote bootis enabled)
- ComputerB with low energy (e.g. RaspberryPi, running LinuxDebian) is listening on an encrypted channel for instructions
- once ComputerB receives (an authorized)
remote boot ComputerA, he forwards it to ComputerA
(command could come from smartphone)
- ComputerA boots up
remote bootmay only be accepted within local network
I couldn't find anything allowing this, at most
remote restart, which isn't quite, what I'm looking for.
I sense, this might involve communicating with BIOS. I have experience programming my own TCP/IP server/client connection, but can't imagine how to apply this to such a thing like