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Remote Power Control


Remote Power Control is a simple HTTP server that allows you to proceed with power tasks remotely. For example, you can shut down or reboot your PC being away with the help of a Pocket PC connected to internet. Or you can turn off your PC from the nearest room using home LAN connection if you are too lazy to go there and turn it off manually. Remote system administrators may find it useful to reboot the compurer if they know that their software is not running properly and needs restart.

All features in the Remote Control are the same as in Power Menu.

Before using this module, you should specify username, password and port in the TPC settings window. If it doesn't work, you probably have firewall that disallows connections to your computer. You should configure your firewall to allow incomming connections on the chosen port.

To access TPC server remotely, simply enter your computer IP in the address bar of a web browser. If you use Port 80, you don't need anything else, if you use any other port, you should specify that port after a colon:                   - if you use port 80 and your IP is              - if you use port 8888 and your IP is

If you don't know what your IP is, click here to find it out. Note: if you have a dynamic IP, it will change every time you connect to Internet. Many ISPs offer static IPs for additional fee and they never change.


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