The configuration file
/etc/config/wol is provided by the wol package and defines hosts to wake when starting the
/etc/init.d/wol init script. An alternative opkg-package is
/etc/crontabs/root to configure
There is only one section type
wol-target defined for the configuration.
Multiple wake on lan targets may exist in the file.
wol-target section defines the parameters the wol utility is started with.
The init script will start one instance of wol for each section of this type.
Below is a listing of the parameters defined for this section.
| ||MAC address||yes||(none)||Specifies the MAC address of the host to wake|
| ||IPv4 address or hostname||no|| ||Specifies the target address magic packets are broadcasted to|
| ||integer||no|| ||Specifies the UDP destination port for magic packets|
| ||string||no||(none)||Send given SecureON password when waking the host|
| ||boolean||no|| || Don't start wol for this section if set to
Example entry to wake a host with the MAC address
00:06:29:4f:e4:b6 in the
config wol-target option mac '00:06:29:4f:e4:b6' option broadcast '192.168.0.255' option enabled '1'
If wol does not work, the etherwake package can be used instead.
To wake a host on boot, and put the following command into
This would wake the host with the MAC address