piotrekp

Hibernation and Wake-on-Lan on Xpenology DSM 6.x + HP Gen8

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My server is running on baremetal jun's loader, DSM 6.0. I've flashed spoofed MAC addresses to the the adapter.

It can successfully turn HDDs and the server itself off, but I can't wake it up by any way (I've tried from browser, from shared folders and from from synology apps).

 

Is it possible to successfully set up Hibernation and Wake On Lan on HP Gen8?

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Hello, I'd recommend to try to use WakeOnLan software within the LAN to try to wake it up.

Of course it has to be allowed in BIOS or iLO.

If you can not make it work, maybe you can use another LAN cable and wake the server up by iLO web interface.

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I can wake it by sending WOL signal, but I'd like it to wake when I'm trying to access it via DSM or on smb call.

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On 10/02/2017 at 12:12 PM, piotrekp said:

My server is running on baremetal jun's loader, DSM 6.0. I've flashed spoofed MAC addresses to the the adapter.

It can successfully turn HDDs and the server itself off, but I can't wake it up by any way (I've tried from browser, from shared folders and from from synology apps).

 

Is it possible to successfully set up Hibernation and Wake On Lan on HP Gen8?

 

without wanting to stray too far off topic, how did you get it to turn the HDDs off and the server, and when you mean the server off do you mean power down or standby?  I can only turn off with the power button and HDD will not standby

 

 

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On 3/5/2017 at 10:51 PM, piotrekp said:

I can wake it by sending WOL signal, but I'd like it to wake when I'm trying to access it via DSM or on smb call.

 

Hi @piotrekp

 

Did you manage to get this done? after all my research, I truly believe this is being handled by Synology either by a special chip to send WOL to motherboard or by sending it from their servers.

 

Any other information about it?

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