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Old 10-27-2015, 10:45 AM   #1
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Post Exit from Standby need Magic Packets?


Hello.
In my local network some systems become Standby and when I scan them via "Nmap",The Nmap program can't detect them. How can I exit them from Standby mode remotely?

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Old 10-27-2015, 11:19 AM   #2
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To wake up a system remotely at first the hardware must support Wake-On-Lan, then you have to configure it in the system's BIOS/UEFI, then you have to send the magic packet for that machine from a second machine to wake it up.
 
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To wake up a system remotely at first the hardware must support Wake-On-Lan, then you have to configure it in the system's BIOS/UEFI, then you have to send the magic packet for that machine from a second machine to wake it up.
Magic Packets turn on the System. I want a system that is in standby mode exit from this state.
 
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Magic Packets turn on the System. I want a system that is in standby mode exit from this state.
I just tested on my desktop and it switched back on from the suspended state when a WoL packet is sent to it.
 
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Magic Packets turn on the System. I want a system that is in standby mode exit from this state.
Wake-On-Lan will work with different power-modi, not only S5 (machine is off, but connected to power), it will also work in S3 (standby, aka suspend to RAM) and S4 (hibernation, aka suspend to disk).
 
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