I know there is a bunch of threads addressing *similar* issues, but I haven't been able to find a satisfactory answer. Question: can I setup my iMac 2008 such that I can wake it up via the internet (i.e. not on the same local network) via my WNR2000v3 router if the iMac is connected to the router only wirelessly (i.e. there is no ethernet cable attached to the iMac). I´ve spent (wasted?) hours trying to set this up without success. So far I've tried doing it via the new Team Viewer 9 for Mac, which supposedly allows waking up another computer (maybe this has been a mistake? Do you recommend another program?). The router allows port forwarding, the iMac wireless system specs explicitly say that Wake on Wireless is supported. Also, yes, I've checked the option in energy saving allowing for wake for network access. Unfortunately most tutorials I've seen are either for Windows or the few ones for Mac require having a time capsule or an Apple TV, neither of which I own. I'm not an engineer or a computer scientist, but I'm kind of competent in this kind of issues. So, not an expert but not completely amateur either. I think I've tried most of the most obvious things so some expert advice will be very welcomed.