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wol [2021/09/22 00:14]
hogwild
wol [2021/09/23 00:35] (current)
djk44883 PC can be "woke" from suspend - at least non-Windows (but probably Windows)
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 WOL settings in the PC's operating system also must be enabled. See here for details: \\ WOL settings in the PC's operating system also must be enabled. See here for details: \\
 [[https://www.howtogeek.com/70374/how-to-geek-explains-what-is-wake-on-lan-and-how-do-i-enable-it/]] [[https://www.howtogeek.com/70374/how-to-geek-explains-what-is-wake-on-lan-and-how-do-i-enable-it/]]
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-WOL functions generally assume a client PC/device starts out from an off state.  If your device is in a suspend or sleep state, it may not recognize the wake signal and therefore may not wake as expected. Details for Windows can be found here: \\  
 [[https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/troubleshoot/windows-client/deployment/wake-on-lan-feature]] [[https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/troubleshoot/windows-client/deployment/wake-on-lan-feature]]
 +[[https://wiki.debian.org/WakeOnLan]]
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 +WOL functions generally assume a client PC/device starts out from an off state, possible on Windows PCs.  If your system is in a suspend or sleep state, it will have not problem recognizeing the wake signal and therefore wake as expected.  
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