- FreeNAS (B360M Pro4 motherboard), 192.168.2.4
- router_2, OpenWrt, tp-link Archer c6 v2 EU, 192.168.2.2
- router_1, OpenWrt, Netgear r6220, 192.168.2.1, dhcp server.
1 --- lan, Ethernet attached --- 2 --- lan, Ethernet attached --- 3
both 2 and 3 have luci-app-wol installed.
Wol doesn't work.
My freenas is capable of waking up on lan cause I managed to wake it with this tool
With these settings it wakes up:
I have tried many things before posting, thank you all in advance.
Which is the configuration you are using?
What do you mean by "configuration"?
my network configuration?
It is: router_1 connected with Ethernet cable in the same lan to router_2 and router_2 is connected with Ethernet cable in the same lan to freenas
I don't think i've understood your question though.
I have already read your comments here. i have used these commands
/usr/bin/etherwake -D -b "70:85:C2:8E:C4:2D"
/usr/bin/etherwake -D -i "br-lan" -b "70:85:C2:8E:C4:2D"
/usr/bin/etherwake -D -i br-lan -b 70:85:C2:8E:C4:2D
They don't work.
And just for fun i tried so many more but nothing
The page you posted has some options and an example, so I am asking which ones are you using.
Keep in mind that the default port of the wol is different of the tool you are using.
Try /usr/bin/etherwake -i br-lan 70:85:c2:8e:c4:2d
WOW, it was really an issue of capital letters in the command.
the command with the MAC address in lowercase worked!
/usr/bin/etherwake -i br-lan 70:85:c2:8e:c4:2d
I would like to report that luci-app-wol has a bug in it as it sends the command with the capital letters!
Indeed etherwake needs MAC address in minor case. I use etherwake in scripts, never in GUI.
If you wish to issue a bug report you can do on this link. Not clear who the maintainer is, according openwrt website it says "common LuCI maintainers".
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