Wake-On-LAN (WoL) does not work across routers or VLANs by default. It is a subnet directed broadcast. You can enable this in many routers.
If you have LD9.5 or later you have a Wake-On-WAN option. This tries to use a machine in the same IP range to send the WoL message to your machine. Try it.
You might have to add a machine to the Targeted Multicast Representatives section in your LANDESK console for this to work.
At least one machine must be on in the IP range for this to work.
If you are having difficulty you can try our add-on which makes this easier.
Seeing your post here : http://community.landesk.com/support/message/98496#98496
WoL must be enable in the BIOS of the machine. There are WoL utilities you can use to test if a machine wakes up. Use then in the same IP range. If it works then you can start testing Wake-On-WAN.
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