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after updating HS my WOL stopped working. It worked for sure in El Capitan, not sure in what version of HS stopped to work. I'm using Ozmosis as bootloader and IntelMausiEthernet (in S/L/E) for network. I created ssdt.aml with ssdtPRGen, and put it in EFI/Oz/Acpi/Load/.

WOL is enabled in BIOS, wake for network access is checked

 pmset -g
System-wide power settings:
 DestroyFVKeyOnStandby		0
Currently in use:
 standby              0
 Sleep On Power Button 1
 womp                 1
 hibernatefile        /var/vm/sleepimage
 powernap             0
 networkoversleep     1
 disksleep            10
 sleep                15
 autopoweroffdelay    28800
 hibernatemode        0
 autopoweroff         0
 ttyskeepawake        1
 displaysleep         15
 standbydelay         10800

If I put machine to sleep, WOL works for a short time, but not working if I let it sleep for a while.


I deleted Ethernet in Network, rebooted and recreated it, but still the same.



MOBO:     Gigabyte Z97-D3H rev 1.1
processor:    i5-4460 Haswell
graphic:    Gigabyte GeForce GT 740 OC GDDR5 2GB (GV-N740D5OC-2GI)
memory:    2 x 8GB Kingston
disks:    Samsung SSD 850 EVO 120GB
        Seagate 2TB
        LG DVD±RW

Sound:     VoodooHDA
Network:    IntelMausiEthernet.kext


Any advice? :)


Best regards,


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WOL packet is reaching the machine from LAN and from WAN (set with port forwarding), tested with "nc -l -u 9".

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