Re: [TS-219p+] Wol doesn't work anymore with Debian installation
Le lundi 11 avril 2011 à 22:15 +0200, Holland, John a écrit :
> That's surprising; I thought that the hardware has never supported
> WOL. http://qnap.com/pro_detail_hardware.asp?p_id=182 specifies power
> consumption in sleep and powered modes, but not for WOL as they do for
> other devices.
> Please info the list if you get it to work.
Le mardi 12 avril 2011 à 14:18 -0700, Martin Michlmayr a écrit :
> This is the first time I hear that WOL works on the TS-219P+. I know
> that previous QNAP models don't have this feature because the Kirkwood
> SoC doesn't support it. Maybe this has changed with the new SoC.
> I'll check with QNAP and/or Marvell.
While reading your answers I began to have doubts! Did I? YES! I really
did it with the default QNAP installation! Here is the proof that I'm
not paranoid! :)
Sleep Mode : 7W
In Operation : 19W
Power Off (Wake-On-LAN) : 1W