Wake over WAN Problems Tags: Compatibility Networking Last response: June 21, 2012 6:28 PM in Networking Share rich18144 June 20, 2012 11:29:34 AM Hi guys, I am having some issues with a PC I have trying to set it up as a WoWan compatible wake-up I have followed the instructions provided here, except I have yet to attempt to setup a DHCP allocation for the PC in question, nor have I a dyndns account. I will attempt to do tonight. The main problem I am having at the moment is that my computer can be woken having been powered-down in sleep mode, but not in any other - Hibernation or Shut Down. Any ideas on what might be causing this? Thanks for your time, Richard Allan More about : wake wan problems Emerald June 20, 2012 4:32:40 PM did you enable WOL in the BIOS? rich18144 June 21, 2012 6:28:19 PM I did - My board's equivalent at least - Wake from PCI-E & Wake from PCI cards. Since the first post, I have managed to succesfully setup a DHCP allocation, but that has not solved this. I am still attempting to setup a DYNDNS, will feedback once I get it sorted. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhy does Wake on WAN stop working after a while? Forum Problem browsing over the WAN Forum Wake on Wan(internet) behind two routers Forum SolvedWake on Wan Timeout Forum SolvedWake on WAN with Linksys wrt310n Forum Wake on wan Forum SolvedWake over LAN MSi Z87-G43 Forum setup 1 LAN network over 2 WAN internet connections Forum SolvedLAN/WAN/Portforwardang/Multiple Routers problem Forum VNC server for tablets across WAN or over the internet. Forum Saharing drives over wired network with 2 wan routers Forum Wake-On-LAN over Internet Forum VPN over WAN with active directory Forum SolvedProblem with Sapphire 6570 1 GB GDDR3 - monitor will not wake up from hibernation on Windows 7 Forum Computers not seeing each other over WAN with Tomato router Forum Can you turn on pc over lan or wan Forum DNS Entries for 2 seperate Active Directory Domains over WAN Forum Cant connect to VNC server over WAN Forum AD over a WAN Forum Slow Roaming Profile Over WAN Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !