Simple status page to wake up hosts remotely
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Koray Yanik 3a359ebe28 Update post handler to use less env-vars. 5 months ago
bashserv@a542830791 Use new helper script to parse header fields 5 months ago
static List static leases and dynamic leases separately. 5 months ago
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handle_get.sh Use new helper script to parse header fields 5 months ago
handle_post.sh Update post handler to use less env-vars. 5 months ago
handle_requests.sh Move refresh to a POST request 5 months ago
wakeboard Made /wol a POST request instead of a GET 5 months ago

README.md

Wakeboard

A simple status page to remotely wake up hosts, to use on a DHCP server using dnsmasq. It will read the leases as given out, and display all hosts that are statically configured, uses ping to figure out if they are awake or not, and can send a wake-on-lan packet to awake them.

It is likely full of security holes, so please ensure it is not accessable from an untrusted network :)