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Or something what "reload" completely card, it's configuration and drivers, but modprobe via_rhine -r and modprobe via_rhine -i does not work. I'm gonna double check my other update settings in the meantime because I'm pretty positive I have my Windows Update scheduled to only be Fridays at a totally different time. In my case, the linux module doesn't support WOL. Chris TuckerAugust 31st, 2006, 02:50 AMif you use the command "wakeonlan" without the -p option, then use your router to forward port 9 UDP to the computer on the internal network...

literally a few minutes apart. Anyone have any ideas how how to make WOL work when I suspend or hibernate the system? dmizerNovember 12th, 2008, 12:57 PMMy gigabit NIC works great with this howto under Hardy. *-network:1 description: Ethernet interface product: RTL-8169 Gigabit Ethernet vendor: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. Look out for Google, Apple, Adobe and Java in particular.

atomicWARDec 19, 2015, 1:08 AM can't choose myself and it's against rules for someone other than OP to choose BA. Really?!) x_x Reply masoud saeed October 22, 2016 at 5:43 am full study and great article Reply bella October 6, 2016 at 10:59 am Hello, none of this or other similar But now that I think of it, I should have known better. http://support.3com.com/infodeli/tools/nic/linux/readme.txt http://support.3com.com/infodeli/tools/nic/linux/3c90x-102.tar.gz I'm not comfortable yet building and install drivers, but I'd certainly give it a shot if someone could give me a step by step.

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  • rklaucoJune 25th, 2007, 08:46 AMWell, can't help - the config works perfectly for me.
  • My computer is an old HP Vli8 pIII with an 3c905b-tx NIC with a WOL cable connected to the Mobo Following two ways worked (first connect the cable to the mobo
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I leave my PC on 24/7 specifically for Sonos. If it would put it back to sleep after finished, I would consider keeping the feature. Finding The Problem With The Command Line Before you start changing settings, it’s a good idea to find out what’s causing the problem. So: from the LAN, no problem at all.

Computer specifications: Compaq Deskpro EP series Pentium III (500MHz); I suppose it is PCI 2.1 compliant. Convenience? I suggest, if you have frequent power outages, that you have your BIOS set to Power ON after a power failure, most new systems allow this. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2902302/router-wakes-server-hour-hour.html However, when I do "sudo ethtool eth0" I get the following: Settings for eth0: Supported ports: [ TP MII ] Supported link modes: 10baseT/Half 10baseT/Full 100baseT/Half 100baseT/Full Supports auto-negotiation: Yes Advertised

The PC does not wake up. This might be something else to look at if yall are having problems with WOL in s4. WOL in Intel's site (http://www.intel.com/support/network/sb/cs-008459.htm). about six months ago I got a new laptop running 8.1 and was in a hotel with my phone tethered.

Advertisement Recent Posts Cannot download new browser on... check here I am just happy to have my fix. Maybe something what cut off power from NIC can help but I don't know how to do it. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]dAKirby309Moderator[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(1 child)So I assumed it worked?

I hope that this explanation is of any help. Haven't looked into that yet myself. Cheers, Keith Like (0) Quote DigitalBoy Novice 1321 replies 8 years ago 21 August 2008 Majik wrote:Actually it's not necessarily that simple. I have used it before with great success to turn on the computer that had the printer attached to it.

You can follow him on Twitter or Google+. Double-click each adapter and uncheck the “Allow this device to wake the computer” setting, then hit OK. Set your BIOS function WOL enabled and PC in shutdown state. So all devices receive it (actually, only the NIC receives it of course, the device is 'off') and checks to see if it's them that need to power up.

Note that you have to identify the target PC by MAC address, not IP address. I'm not sure from when PCI 2.1 is a standard. Heck, i'd welcome this feature and set it to 2AM IF it would actually put my computer back to sleep.

if you get it working from the WAN, post what you had to do, so that I can add it to the guide!

Why were you surprised? To disable a device’s ability to wake your PC, double click it to open Properties and then go to the Power Management tab. Convenience? It wakes up immediately after going to sleep, anybody could help me?

And somehow Google update keeps reappearing. YES. If it remembers IP addresses after powering down then maybe ethtool gu (for unicast packets only) might work without waking it up too often, but I'm at the limit of my One thing to note, is that using this, you should set the subnet mask on the web page to (with your external IP address - it uses these to decide

If your NIC doesn't work on Linux (or you suppose a problem) take it off your PC and put into another one managed by Windows. This method can also be used to turn on a computer from a WAN or over the internet (perhaps its most useful application). permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Hearnia 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I don't think it does updates at all on metered connection. But now I can't, because the machine is often asleep.

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]dAKirby309Moderator[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)The fact that Windows didn't turn my PC off again after performing maintenance was the main reason I decided to look for a solution. I agree I wouldn't mind as much if it turned off/put the computer back to sleep when it was done. These utilities send a specially crafted "magic ethernet packet" to the target PC which initiates the wake-up sequence. If someone grabbed the controller and immediate hit "play", there's a danger that Sonos would time out waiting for a response.

I was really surprised that it was not part of the latest software/firmware upgrade. This always reminds me of ToeJam & Earl on the Sega Genesis. you'll need something to send wake-on-lan packets with, "wakeonlan" is in the repos. Unfortunately, mashing all the buttons on my keyboard didn't seem to work.

I would love to be able to tell my computer to turn on everyday at 9am for an hour while I'm away. But yes, in general, this is a top tip :) permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Hearnia 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I wonder if you can't set a 'home' connection to be metered? It's a shame Sonos can't develop these things easily so people could see how much they wouldn't use them :p Incidentally, I have these all over my house http://www.ecohamster.co.uk/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=&products_id=8953 where possible.