I do a lot of traveling away from my home, and when I do I rely on the amazing remote screen sharing service LogMeIn to allow me to control and access my home computer while I am away. I have currently been away from home for nearly four months now, and on three different occasions, I've needed to ask a friend from back home to visit my house and force-restart my computer because I was no longer able to access it via LogMeIn because my home computer had frozen for one reason or another. I need to find some sort of a fail-safe method for remotely force restarting home my computer when I am in a pinch, without the need for a friend to visit my house. Does anyone know of something that can do this? I seem to recall hearing about a power strip (or something along those lines) that is connected to an Ethernet plug allowing WAN access, or that is perhaps linked to a web service which I could log-in to from anywhere in the world and from the site, I could issue the command to cut the power (thereby force-shutting down my home computer), and then issue the command to resume power (theoretically thereby causing my computer to restart...I think)?? There must be something out there that can accomplish what I am seeking to do... anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!