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WakeOnLAN

Wake On LAN

Wake on LAN is a very useful if you only need to run a computer for a limited time and then shut off.

For instance on a remote NAS you could wake the computer only when you want to sync data from the remote machine.

Fujitsu Siemens Futro A2xx series does support WoL.

You first need to check if the network card supports it.

ifconfig re0 hwfeatures
...
re0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
    hwfeatures=8037<CSUM_IPv4,CSUM_TCPv4,CSUM_UDPv4,VLAN_MTU,VLAN_HWTAGGING,WOL> hardmtu 7422
...

Next you need to enable it. See ifconfig. Note that you need to re-enable wol on each reboot.

ifconfig re0 wol

You can enable by setting it in hostname.if.

# cat hostname.re0   
inet 192.168.0.5 255.255.255.0 NONE wol 

If it is not support it might be possible to enable in BIOS.

Next you need the MAC address of the ethernet port of the device.

ping <ip>
arp -a
...
rock.lounge.se    00:90:dc:a2:4e:71    em0 15m28s

Halt the computer. For some reason the A200 reboot on after first wake on LAN boot when halted. On second halt -p the machine is powered down completely.

halt -p

Then start it by wol

arp -W 00:90:dc:a2:4e:71

This should be a very power efficient setup!