Hi all Regarding Home sharing and WOL (Wake on Lan) i had an issue about weather i could use Back-to-My-Mac and remotely wake up a mac i'm accessing, not on the Lan, but over the Internet.. I was told by Apple support, that it would work but only if the router supports Bonjour....... I'm just wondering weather this can also be tired to Apple TV and the reason why it sometimes cannot connect to iTunes, (since in a similar way) the same mac that is it accessing is also asleep and need to be woken up first, thus producing the error u see on screen I'm wondering weather these two are related... Turning Home sharing of/on and/or closing/reopening iTunes solves the issue, but the Mac is already aware by then anyway. This would also tie in to why screen sharing sometimes fails too accessing a sleep mac on the LAN. Can anyone conform weather its Bonjour that is required, and if so, i may have to upgrade my router, since i use a third party.. and would probably be the source to all my problems.