Yes, all of the required classes are included in WakeOnLan.Common which the server can easily reference. I've also implemented GetIpNetTable2 and ResolveIpNetEntry2 (which replace ARP) so we can remotely resolve hardware addresses for both IPv4 and IPv6.@Brownard could this be used inside MP2 Server importer as well? I think about nightly imports where a NAS device is in suspend mode and needs to be woken up to access files.
We know the UNC paths from media sources configuration (and thus the "server" names) and could add this as step before starting a scheduled import. Could this work?
Thanks. It's all a bit strange, the 'TVE OFF' logs show that it doesn't even try and resolve an address which should only happen if the client isn't attached to the server.done