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World Of Warcraft doesn't need anything fancy with forwarding for it!!!!
Posted 09 January 2013 - 11:49
"that supports forwarding to a broadcast address"
Good luck with that.. But what you do is use a router that supports static arp, and then then just assign and unused IP the broadcast mac FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
Then just forward to that IP. Another work around is just to vpn to your router and then send your WOL from the router or whatever vpn box you have up that is on 24/7/365 you can access on your lan.