Good evening everybody,
I have one problem and i’m stuck with it. I want to ask here first in front of opening a bug report.
I have a Ubuntu server which is not necessary to run 24/7. With my Openhab3 i would like to start it, which is working under some circumstances as followed.
A Openhab 3 Instance (3.3.0) running at a windows server VM on Ubuntu 18.04, installed via openhabian, which is running fine and without any problems so far.
When i shut it down and send the “magic Packet” via Openhab within a few Minutes after the shutdown, the WOL works perfectly fine and the server start booting.
If i wait for example for more then 30 minutes and send the WOL packet from openhab, the server does not wake up any more.
If i send the WOL package from my pfSense firewall or straight from the router 30minutess later or more, the server respond straight ahead and start booting. I don’t have any error messages inside the logs.
2022-08-01 22:16:37.822 [INFO ] [twork.internal.WakeOnLanPacketSender] - Wake-on-LAN packets sent (IP address: /192.168.178.25:9) 2022-08-01 22:16:37.824 [INFO ] [twork.internal.WakeOnLanPacketSender] - Wake-on-LAN packets sent (MAC address: 70:85:C2:4B:80:CD)
I’ve implemmented the IP and MAC magic packet option inside the same rule to try both at the same time, but nothing changed. I’ve already tryed to send the magic packets multiple times with a delay in between, but no success. I’ve configured the server as a networkdevice, and selected port 9 inside the networkdevice binding settings to make sure the packet will send on the right port.
Do you have any idea or recommended settings for the binding i could try?
I would appreciate you help and/or feedback on that.