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Wake on Lan is a hardware / software solution that allows a computer to be remotely woken. A computer that has a network connection and is ACPI (Advanced Configuration Power Interface) compatible can be remotely enabled.
As a reminder, the Wake On LAN function enables remote stations to be woken up by sending a 'Magic' packet over the network. For this packet to be correctly formed, you need to indicate the MAC address of the network card on the remote computer, along with its broadcast address.
In a first, Wake on Lan must be enabled in the BIOS of the computer, and then configured in the operating system.
To enable Wake on Lan in the BIOS (below for Intel motherboards):
- Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup.
- Access the power menu.
- Set Wake-on-LAN to turn on the power.
- Press F10 to save and exit the BIOS setup.
To configure Wake On Lan in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 10:
Press Windows key + X to bring up the hidden quick access menu:
- Select Device Manager.
- Expand the Network Adapters section.
- Right-click the adapter that you are currently using, and then click Properties.
- Click on the advanced tab.
- Select Wake on Magic package from the list of properties.
- Expand the value section and select enabled.
- Click Power Management tab.
- Select the Allow this device to wake the computer check box.
- Click OK.
To configure Wake On Lan in Windows XP:
- Click Start> Settings> Control Panel.
- Double-click system.
- Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
- Expand the Network Adapters section.
- Right-click your adapter and select Properties.
- Click on the Advanced tab.
- Select Wake-on-LAN Options and click Properties. Define the following elements:
- Enable PME: set to enabled
- Wake on Settings: Set to wake up on Magic Packet
IMPORTANT: The computer must be in either Sleep or Hibernation mode for this to work.
Once these prerequisites have been verified, we can use the Wake On Lan function from our software.
Wake on Lan is a hardware / software solution that allows a computer to be remotely woken. A computer that has a network connection and is ACPI (Advanced Configuration Power Interface) compatible can be remotely enabled. As a reminder, the Wake On LAN function enables remote stations to be woken up by sending a ' Magic ' packet over the network.
- Description: This technical article shows how to enable or disable Wake on LAN access in Mac OS X. Select System Preferences from the dock. Click and open Energy Saver. Check Wake for network access to enable Wake on LAN or uncheck it to disable Wake on LAN.
- New for all Mac OS X versions: Dock Menu Faster access for everyone. Click and hold the WakeOnLan icon in the Dock (while WakeOnLan running), and select any computer to be woken up or put asleep directly from the menu. It doesn't get any simpler.
First, download the free 30 day version of our software if you have not installed it yet: Download IDEAL Administration.
Once installed, just execute it under a domain admin account.
- 'Wake On LAN' function via the graphic interface
Select Computers menu and Wake (Wake On Lan)
IDEAL Administration & IDEAL Remote provide simple management of Wake On LAN.
You can retrieve automatically all MAC and broadcast addresses for a group of computers or a range of IP addresses (Action menu then Automatic addition).
Or manually add a Wake on LAN configuration (Action menu, then Manual addition).
You can also configure the port to use for sending the packet (default port is 9).
To send the wake-up packet to one or more computers on your network, check them from the list, then click the Action button then Wake up.
You can also schedule and automate the use of Wake On LAN: check the target computers from the list , then click the Action button then Schedule.
You will then be prompted to create a scheduled task.
You can save or open a selection of computers from buttons provided for this purpose.
- 'Wake On LAN' function via Command line
IDEAL Administration & IDEAL Remote let you run the Wake On LAN function from the command line.
IA.exe WOL /mac:00-11-22-33-44-55 /ip:ip_address/port:port_number (default port is 9) /file:'file.wol'
/mac: MAC address (required)
/ip: broadcast address (optional; if omitted, the default broadcast address is used)
/port: port used for sending the packet (optional; if omitted, default port 9 is used)
/file: file .wol containing the list of computers to wake. The wake-up packet is sent to all the computers listed in the file. Optional feature.
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Wake on LAN (or WOL) allows you to remotely turn on a computer.
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Note: WOL is available only on OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or later.
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Enabling WOL on OS X
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To enable WOL, do the following:
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- For OSX it can be enabled from System Preferences ->Energy Saver by turning on Wake for network access.
- Restart the computer and boot into Recovery mode by holding CMD+R on boot until the Apple logo appears.
- Open Terminal from the Utilities menu.
- Disable System Integrity Protection by running the csrutil disable; reboot command.
- After OSX boots up, make sure you're logging in as an administrator and open Terminal from /Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app
- Log in as root by running the sudo -i command in the terminal window.
- Edit the boot configuration file by running the vim /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist command.
- Press i to enter Insert mode. Find the Kernel Flags and change it to Kernel Flags darkwake=0
- Press Esc, then input :wq and press Enter to save the file and quit vim.
- Run the reboot command.
- Boot into Recovery mode by holding CMD+R on boot time.
- Open Terminal from Utilities menu.
- Re-enable System Integrity Protection by running the csrutil enable; reboot command.
- After OSX boots up, disable the Password Requirement after sleep, by opening System Preferences >Security & Privacy, selecting the General tab, and unchecking the Require password field.