Needing assistance with using the Wake on LAN feature. Here is what I've done so far. Client PC is running Teamviewer 13 on Windows 10. I have configured Wake on LAN in Teamviewer via public IP address through port 5500 My desktop is hard wired directly to my router. Statically configured my router to assign 192.168.0.2 to my desktop's MAC address. Statically assigned that private IP 192.168.0.2 to my desktop NIC. Configured router to port forward any traffic on port 5500 to 192.168.0.2. Confirmed internet connectivity is working after static IP assignments and port forwarding. Created a windows firewall exception on port 5500 to allow traffic for both TCP and UDP. I tested this feature while still at home using the Teamviewer app on iOS. I put my PC to sleep, and was able to wake it while connected to the same wireless network with my phone, as well as when disconnected from wi-fi and using the app over LTE. As soon as I arrived at work, I tested it again from both my phone, and my workstation, and now neither are working. I work for the ISP and can confirm my public IP address assigned to my router did not change. Any ideas?
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