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Old 11-06-2013, 09:09 AM
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Talking problems with the implementation of wake on lan to use different vlan

get to the point, I was asked to implement a switch core WoL avaya 5510 working with a stack of 7 avaya 4548 switch. My problem is being generated when in attempt to use Wol from a vlan to another vlan 99 may be the vlan 213 250 216 .... etc

does not work, you can not turn on the pc, but if I put him to an address in the same vlan, for example if both pc are ela vlan 99 where did turn on the pc

I found a suggestion of Avaya, which is about creating fordwading for udp packets, but it did not work
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:30 AM
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