I am trying to wake a server on the same vlan/subnet as the computer that is trying to wake it. I pulled an unmanaged switch and replaced it with this sg200-26. WOL worked before the swap now it doesnt. The firmware is up to date as of today. Right now the only features I have turned on is LAG on 2 ports that are not part of this problem. So I am wondering since this is supposed to be a "green" switch are the ports turning off? Do I need to change a setting to keep them alive? Is there anything special that needs to be changed to get the wol to pass to the server? Thanks!
we have an SG30052p switch (fw:1.4.5.02) with 3 vlans, LACP enabled, Energy detect mode disabled by default, but wol doesn't working. The devices are on the same vlan and they are using standard ports (without LAG). Do you have any idea what else should i check on our switch/network?
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