I'm unable to get WoL working and am not sure where to start debugging.
I have a Asus p8z68-m pro motherboard with the latest bios. I have Power On by PCI and Power On by PCI-E Enabled in the bios. I have Realtek PXE OPROM disabled (and it doesn't make a difference if I enable it as well, except that there is a 3sec delay at boot).
I have "Wake on Ethernet access" checked in Energy Saver and am using the latest version of your driver 1.1.3.
I put my hackintosh to sleep from the menu item and then tried sending a WoL packet using the wol and etherwake tools from my Openwrt router. I know I specified the right mac address, but the system does not respond at all. It continues to sleep until I press the power button or press a key on my usb keyboard.
Can you advise on whether I'm missing something or where I can start troubleshooting? I guess one way would be to check if this works on another OS but Windows isn't an option. I can try a usb linux distro or something, I suppose.
In order to collect debug data use a debug build of the driver (for version 1.1.3 build from source). Kernel logs can be retrieved in Terminal with
grep kernel /var/log/system.log
Although I tested WoL successfully using "wol" too (from a Mac) and got several success reports from users, you are not the first reporting problems with WoL. As of now I have no idea how to solve the problem. It might be a firmware issue but as there is no documentation from Realtek, it's just a black box to me. Sorry!