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Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/430710 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? The problem arises when I have the two SBs connected to Slimserver and I try to have the server go to sleep. I may have to borow my friends when he/she gets back so I can see if it works again if forgot to do a hardware reset when he/she was around. Stay logged in Sign up now! http://controlpanelsource.com/wake-on/wake-on-lan-question.html

Whenever my PC went into standby, it would instantly wake again. gorman2007-12-17, 09:00Hmmm... Would you be so kind as to give me a link to this information you're referring to? I'll doublecheck at home but before formatting and reinstalling I was still running 6.3.1 which didn't have that plugin and the behaviour was the same. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/wake-on-lan-gone-crazy.430710/

my HTPC). Check the settings in Device Manager->Network Adapters->Your Wired Nic When you locate your NIC, you maybe have to dig around on some tabs to find the settings for your card. The new remote access framework in 4.2 allows SimpleHelp to monitor remote machines easily and quickly, meaning we can show screenshots and other info on demand without establishing a new connection

I'm ready to run whatever diagnostic tools to understand why and how this is happening. _______________ I have already tried leaving a single Squeezebox on, same problem happening. It's quite old but has some people with seemingly the same symptoms as you, even though the settings you have should prevent the problem. Might want to try a non-Realtek NIC.Yeah, it's just that I am trying not to spend extra money. All rights reserved.

SB3s are "soft off" and communicate with the server even though they appear to be switched off. And thanks for the suggestion, the PCI-Express version of this card is a little beauty, my first PCI-E x1 card ever. :D fcm47112008-02-05, 11:58Hey gorman Glad to hear it works now. To use Wake on LAN technology you need a Wake on LAN network adapter, Wake on LAN enabled motherboard, and remote management software: The Wake on LAN network adapter continually monitors I imagine with two SqueezeBoxes it could get more complicated.

Thanks! 3 Comments [ + ] Show Comments Comments Sasquatch 9 months ago I'm missing the script as well. Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues19101920193019401950196019701980199020002010 Jan 1920Feb 1920Mar 1920Apr 1920May 1920Jun 1920Jul 1920Aug 1920Sep 1920Oct 1920Nov 1920Dec 1920Jan 1921Feb 1921Mar 1921Apr 1921May 1921Jun 1921Jul 1921Aug 1921Sep 1921Oct gorman2008-01-30, 07:39Support suggested that I upgrade to Squeezecenter nightly. Cisco hyper-converged update spruces HyperFlex, raises HCI stakes As Cisco looks to soon be without SimpliVity as a hyper-converged infrastructure partner, it beefs up its HyperFlex product with ...

WOL works fine with it. Jan 9, 2013 3:59 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. This card doesn't. JohnWill, Jan 3, 2006 #4 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,573 JohnWill: I'm just relating from experience because I've seen a number of computers freeze up or

This email address is already registered. http://controlpanelsource.com/wake-on/windows-10-wake-on-lan-from-shutdown.html Under the power management tab of the Network Card Properties,you need to enable the option that states "Only allow management stations to bring the computer out of standby", which means, only Interviewing scientific luminaries such as Stephen Hawking, Francis Crick, and Richard Dawkins, he demonstrates that all the big questions that can be answered have been answered, as science bumps up against radish2007-12-17, 10:10I quote understand :) I don't know if you've seen this thread.

Have no direct experience with this, but hopefully this helps syburgh2008-01-20, 10:26I see on Gigabyte's site (http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Driver_Model.aspx?ProductID=2624) that this board has a Realtek 8111B based NIC, no idea whether WOL support This handbook discusses the steps IT must take to both build and corral their virtualized infrastructure. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! http://controlpanelsource.com/wake-on/wake-on-lan-utility.html If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States.

I suggest you contact Linksys support, get different drivers or try another NIC. As a last resort I tried disabling my network card and using the onboard network on my motherboard. If I have the two Squeezeboxes on Squeezenetwork, the computer goes to sleep (S3 Suspend to RAM) with no problem and remains that way.

I bought my new SB3 just to be able to adopt WOL on my server (before I had a SB1 and SB2)... :( mswlogo2007-12-18, 12:23Server (PC) wakes fine for me.

syburgh2008-02-05, 22:48They might ask you what percentage of customers are willing to figure this out. :) Great to hear it's working Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.4 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, jcoffey How helpful is this to you? syburgh2008-01-20, 21:23Linksys EG1032 v3 appears (http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-bugs/2006-January/016388.html) to be another Realtek chip, RTL8169S Nazz2008-01-21, 06:06This looks like something I had on my machine (xp). Five mistakes companies make when creating mobile strategies Many companies face obstacles in trying to go mobile, but not every mobile initiative has to be treacherous.

syburgh2008-01-20, 10:06I should have read more closely. Maybe point me to an awesome article about making a WOL script. Server and Squeezeboxes are running with fixed manually assigned IP on the same subdomain (192.168.1.xxx). http://controlpanelsource.com/wake-on/how-to-enable-wake-on-lan-windows-10.html However checking both of them allows my PC to go into standby.

Wake On Lan script missing?.... gorman2008-01-20, 14:29I'm using NIC Linksys EG1032 v3 with latest drivers. I am 100% sure this depends on SBs because, as I mentioned, if they are on Squeezenetwork, or disconnected from the network, the server goes to sleep just fine, remains asleep Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

If it can't reach the server because it is in standby it then goes blank again and only if you press the power button on the remote it then switches to It seems from reading the linksys support site that you should in fact have WOL setting such as Magic Packet in the driver control panel. It doesn't say "Waking up Squeezecenter", it just says "Connecting to Squeezecenter". I would say you need to check with the support team at Linksys to find out why you do not have the control settings they say you should.

You have exceeded the maximum character limit. This was last updated in September 2005 Continue Reading About Wake on LAN Intel describes Wake on LAN. Actually, I have completely disabled the router DHCP functions. syburgh2008-01-23, 16:16Works well for me on Windows, has a number of WOL settings in the driver: Enable/disable Windows control of WOL Enable/disable Wake-on-Link (in driver) Determine whether traffic, a magic packet,

davreh99 9 months ago hmm, I didn't know their was a script as we use "Distribution" - Wake on Lan. I discover that my Intel NIC had another WOL setting called WakeOnLink. shame on them. Your browser will redirect to your requested content shortly.

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