I'd like to run this from my web space:
I've copied the files to my web space but all I get is a blank page.Version: 2
Author of this application:
DS508_customer (http://www.synology.com/enu/forum/membe ... le&u=12636)
Please inform the author of any suggestions on (the functionality, graphical design, ... of) this application.
More info: http://wolviaphp.sourceforge.net
Main functionality of this application:
This application (a couple of PHP-scripts) allows webusers to wake up WOL-enabled remote hosts.
It sends a magic packet via UDP IPv4 to a remote host, according to the values of the variables on the webform:
optional schedule, MAC-address, optional SecureOn password, broadcast address, CIDR and port.
The last values will be stored in a persistent cookie, which will be encrypted if mcrypt is available on the webserver.
Use At Your Own Risk. The author of this application is in no way liable for (the usage of) this application.
As datalink packets (such as magic packets) are send via ISO-layer 2:
any source/ client can send magic packets to wake a WOL enabled remote host and
it does not matter whether the source/ client or remote host have a fixed or dynamic IP address (OSI-layer 3).
contains self explaining comments in English.
validates all user input (against code injection), before doing anything else.
forces a minimum delay of 3 seconds, between each WOL-request to prevent abuse (DOS-attacks/ flooding with magic packets).
Webserver running PHP v5.2.6 (earlier versions may work as well).
Make sure firewalls allow incoming magic packets (i.e. forward the public UDP port to the remote host's private broadcast address and do not use conflicting anti-DOS/flooding-rules).
Make sure the webserver permits sending packages via sockets. If a "Fatal error: Call to undefined function socket_create()" occurs:
Is it possible to run this from Exetel web space?
Any help would be appreciated.