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At the moment the standard Wake On Lan (WOL only works to switch on devices on LAN) is not yet included as a feature of Domotz, but it is in the list of features to support in the future. Probably Silvio will be more specific on when you can expect to have that feature.

With regard to the remote shutdown of a PC, it really depends on the type of if: Windows supports a "remote shutdown" command since Windows XP, while remote shutdown on Linux or Mac, for example, can be achieved with an "ssh" remote command. Which type of remote shutdown you are interested in?   

At the moment Domotz fully supports (monitoring the status, switch ON and switch OFF) some of very common IP based Power Switches. The following brands are already supported: Digital Logger, Belkin WeMo, Orvibo, Wispp and Time2. 

Moreover, from the planned features, I can see that more brands of IP Power Switches will be supported in the future, including Wattbox, Unifi, Amcrest Power and Keene. 

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On 10/12/2015, 10:39:16, Giancarlo said:

Moreover, from the planned features, I can see that more brands of IP Power Switches will be supported in the future, including ... Unifi 

Do you mean the Ubiquiti mFi https://www.ubnt.com/mfi/mpower and https://www.ubnt.com/mfi/inwall?  If so, I have one and would like to test when you get ready.

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1 hour ago, Automate said:

Do you mean the Ubiquiti mFi https://www.ubnt.com/mfi/mpower and https://www.ubnt.com/mfi/inwall?  If so, I have one and would like to test when you get ready.

 

Yes, those are the ones I mean, though I don't know yet when the support will be implemented. We will inform you as soon as we have the support for those smart plugs.

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4 hours ago, TokyoIoT said:

Would be nice to have a WOL option for those devices which appear offline.

 

Yes, this is similar to what we have in the backlog: whenever, let's say a computer is identified to be switched off, and have the option to WOL, to enable the button to switch on (through WOL)

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