8 hours ago · Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is a network standard that allows you to remotely connect a computer, whether it is asleep, sleep, or even completely disconnected. 1 and it worked perfectly. 1, 10) is available when the network-adapter is configured for Wake-On-LAN in the BIOS/UEFI. Waking your computer remotely can be a great solution if you are lazy, or you need to access it remotely without keeping a 1000W machine running 24/7. The idea is to have your Raspberry PI running 24/7 instead, as it is more power-friendly, and act as a wake on LAN server.
In my experience, it’s best to enable Wake-on-LAN both in the BIOS and in Windows. From what I can tell, enabling WoL in the BIOS will allow systems to wake from a shutdown state, while enabling it in Windows will allow WoL to work when resuming from standby.