Automatically controls the power status of physical systems via the Wake-on-LAN (WOL) technology.

Wake-on-LAN (WOL)

Wake-on-LAN (WOL) technology allows for remote management of systems by automatically waking up a device from a low-power state, such as sleep or hibernation, and bringing it online. One of the features of WOL is the ability to control the power status of a system remotely. This means that administrators can turn on, turn off, or restart a device from a remote location, without needing to physically access the system. By automating power management tasks with WOL, administrators can improve energy efficiency by putting systems into low-power states when not in use, and reduce downtime by being able to perform routine maintenance or troubleshooting tasks remotely.