On 11/11/2015 06:33, David Wolfskill wrote:
Can anyone else confirm or refute my observations? Or suggest a
hint? I'll try narrowing it down myself, but I need to do it during
times I'm at home (so I can manually power the machine back up when
it fails to respond to WoL), so it may be a few days before I can
accomplish much that way.
Did you confirm (for ex. with Wireshark) that wol actually sends the packet?
If you are trying to wake the machine that is not booted, this is
primarily dependent on the BIOS of the target machine to wake it up.
In my experience, BIOSes are prone to losing settings, due to low
battery, or other (sometimes mysterious) reasons.
Please confirm that BIOS setting "Wake On LAN" is on on target.
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