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Wake on LAN over Internet as Web Service

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4 Author(s)
Juan Antonio Gil-Martinez-Abarca ; Computer Science and Technology Department, University of Alicante, P.O. Box 99, E-03080, Alicante, Spain. ; Francisco Macia-Perez ; Diego Marcos-Jorquera ; Virgilio Gilart-Iglesias

In this paper we present an approach based on the use of embedded network devices for the deployment of small network services, such as DHCP, BOOTP, filters or very specific proxies. The novelty of the proposal resides in the very reduced size of the devices, in that every device is specialized in a certain network function, and specially designed to operate with minimum maintenance, and in the fact that they are presented under both conventional (client-server) and more open (SOA) standards, more concretely, as Web services. At the same time, these embedded services can work in an individual way or in collaboration with other enterprise network services, either provided by means of conventional systems or by means of other embedded devices. To specify the proposal, we have chosen as example an embedded device able to manage the remote boot of network nodes by means of wake on LAN (WoL) through Internet.

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2006 IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation

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20-22 Sept. 2006