While trying to troubleshoot a particular computer, you may need to wake powered-off computers to kick-start your troubleshooting process. You can't always walk up to these computers and power them on manually each time, especially if the machine is at a remote location. In such cases, Wake on LAN comes in handy; you can instantly wake computers in your local network.
Wake on LAN is mostly used to awaken computers in the same network. A local network message (magic packet) is sent to the target computer from the Remote Access Plus server. Once the magic packet is executed, the computer will automatically be turned on. Remote Access Plus lets you to instantly wake computers even in different subnets by broadcasting the magic packets to multiple subnets.
With Remote Access Plus, you can instantly power on computers belonging to same or different subnets. However, there are a few pre-requisites to be met,