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Thin clients can be wakened via the network using magic packets. A magic packet contains the MAC addresses of the thin clients that are to be wakened. In order for a thin client to be wakened, it must be in either S3 (suspend to RAM – STR), S4 (suspend-to-disk – STD) or S5 (soft-off) mode. In the UMS administration, you can specify the network addresses to which the magic packets are sent.

For scenarios where the UMS is outside the thin clients' network and broadcast packets from the WAN are not allowed, you can define one or more Linux thin clients as a Wake-On-LAN proxy.

The Wake-On-LAN proxy function is supported by Linux thin clients from Version 5.09.100.