I use my unit remotely and I have an entire remote control panel for many things, including the 6300. I am often a few hundred km's away. :)
I also tend to forget to turn it off for weeks at a time to, so it hasn't been a very big priority for me.
Here is information I posted in another thread about how I did it...
Just in case you want to reconsider an interim solution.
I just received this from Amazon and had it hooked up and running in 10 minutes. It cost $8.95 with Free shipping (Amazon Prime Member). It has an AC pigtail to plug in and a three terminal panel to wire to N.O. or N.C. contacts. It is slick, and cheaper than I could ever build myself!
I am switching it with a NEO Wifi Controlled AC Switch that I also got from Amazon for about $22.
Or you can use a WiMo brand switch which is good, but more expensive.
Both have iPhone and iPad applications to turn them on & off.
Ken - NM9P
Personally, I use the Remote RCA connector on the back.
I needed something for switching antenna directions at the remote so purchased a Microbit 1216H Webswitch. I use 4 of the 5 relays to control receive antenna direction for the BOG antennas and the 5th position is wired to an rca plug and plugged into the back of the 6700 so I can turn it on and off via the Ethernet. The control app runs on my local PC.
Not what you probably want to hear.
Here is the command. It may need to be used with the "Net Use" command to elevate the user to Admin Privileges:
Usage: shutdown [-i | -l | -s | -r | -a] [-f] [-m \\computername] [-t xx] [-c "comment"] [-d up:xx:yy]
-i Show the graphical user interface of shutdown window
-l To log off from the machine. Make sure that you are not using -l switch with -m switch
-s Shutdown the desired computer
-r Shutdown and restart the computer
-a Abort a system shutdown
-m -m\\machine name is used for to shutdown/restart/abort remote computer
-f Forces running application to close without warning
-t -t xx set timeout for shutdown command to xx seconds
-c -c"comment" to add shutdown comment, you can add up to max 127 characters