Wake On Lan - does Udoo Bolt support WOL?

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  1. Stefan

    Stefan UDOOer

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    I'd like to wake up the udoo from the suspend, by sending magic packet from Mikrotik router on an connection to the Udoo. This is something I do for all machines and really worked for years.

    Does WOL is officially supported on Udoo Bolt? There is no sign of it in the manual or in BIOS. RTC wakeup is obviously not enough.

    Thank you.
     
  2. Stefan

    Stefan UDOOer

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    Bump! This is very simple question.

    Does Udoo Bolt Gear support WOL or not?
     
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    ccs_hello UDOOer

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    Not investigated into this matter (BIOS support, power supply, etc.)
    NIC is Realtek RTL8111GS.

    Here is very general info:
    Realtek site has this...
    In addition to the ACPI feature, remote wake-up (including AMD Magic Packet and Microsoft Wake-Up Frame) is supported in both ACPI and APM (Advanced Power Management) environments. To support WOL from a deep power down state (e.g., D3cold, i.e., main power is off and only auxiliary exists), the auxiliary power source must be able to provide the needed power for the RTL8111G/RTL8111GS.
     
  4. Stefan

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    Thanks, but this didn't help.

    I already made sure about:
    No bios settings regarding wol
    No link on router when device sleeps in S3 (this link should be kept powered up)
    Magic packet sent to device interface does not wake up device (surely I didn't expect that without configuration in bios, but trying took only 5 minutes)

    Soooo... Question to Udoo.org remains the same:

    Does Udoo Bolt Gear support WOL? Is there any acpi configuration required? If so, which one?

    Is there any DSDT table setting responsible for that? How this can be changed?
     

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