Wakebox allows you to remotely power on your Xbox One in order to enable Xbox One streaming to your Windows 10 PC from anywhere!
You must know your Public IP and Xbox One's Console/Live ID in order to use this app. Additionally, this app requires some home network configuration changes (Port Forwarding) in order to work.
You can find your IP simply by googling "what is my IP" on your home network.
The Console ID can be found on your Xbox One under Settings -> All Settings -> System -> Console Info & Updates
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In order to use this app to turn your Xbox One on remotely, you'll first need to setup your home network to allow you to connect remotely. You'll need to make sure that your Xbox is set to Instant On mode. You can set this in Power & Startup -> Power Mode & Startup.
Then set your Xbox so that it either uses a static IP or that your router reserves an IP for your Xbox. You'll need to forward various ports in order to power and stream your Xbox remotely:
Make sure to forward all of these ports to the Xbox's assigned IP address.
Each Xbox has a unique identifier that is required to power on the Xbox remotely.
You can find this information in: Settings -> All Settings -> System -> Console Info & Updates -> Console ID
Finally you will need your public IP so that you can connect to your home network remotely. This can be easily done by doing a Google Search while on your home network for "what is my ip".
Sometimes your home network will rotate public IP addresses depending on your ISP. If this is the case, you may be able to set up your home network to report its public IP address to a service such as No-Ip.com or similar alternatives. Feel free to search online for more information.
Additionally, there is plenty of guides online that are more verbose and explicit than the instructions included in this app to help you get you setup to stream your Xbox remotely. Feel free to seek further help from those guides if you are having trouble getting set up! A good one to get started with can be found here: https://kinkeadtech.com/how-to-stream-xbox-one-to-windows-10-from-anywhere-with-internet/
This app will only work provided you've setup your home network according to the above instructions or various online guides to enable the ability to stream your Xbox One remotely from the Windows 10 Xbox App. This requires setting up port forwarding on your home router.
I assume no responsibility for any issues related to the initial home network setup process. Please, proceed at your own will.