WOL

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WOLWake-On-LAN (Intel networked remote control)
WOLWord of Life
WOLWay Of Life
WOLWorld Online
WOLWater of Life (Fontana, California church)
WOLWestwood Online
WOLWin or Lose
WOLWhole of Life (insurance, UK)
WOLWithout Limit
WOLWerewolves of London
WoLWorld of Legends (Utopia game server)
WOLWeldolet
WOLWoodlands Online (portal site for The Woodlands, Texas)
WOLWork on Line
WOLWow Out Loud (internet slang)
WOLWoman of Leisure
WOLWarriors of the Land (game)
WOLWervikse Oldtimer Liefhebbers (Dutch; Belgian classic car club)
WOLWomen of Lockerbie (play)
WOLWeb Ontology Language (knowledge representation)
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A network packet used to wake up a PC remotely using the Wake-on-LAN technology includes the PC's MAC address as a unique identifier.
The WakeOnLan utility provides network administrators with all features required to use the Wake-on-LAN technology in large corporate networks.
The SiS900 has integrated Wake-On-LAN functions, Advanced Configuration and Power-Management Interface (ACPI), Flow Control and PCI power management specifications.
Our Fast Ethernet 10/100 Network in a Box gives users a 5-port 10/100 dual-speed networking hub with a 100 meter distance extender uplink port and Wake-On-LAN capabilities.
Those features, combined with a management toolset that includes the Virtual Cable Tester (VCT) for advanced cable diagnostics and Wake-On-LAN make the EZ Card(TM) 1000 an ideal choice for bringing Gigabit connectivity to today's high-performance desktops.
Those features, combined with a management toolset that includes the Virtual Cable Tester (VCT) for advanced cable diagnostics, Wake-On-LAN, SNMP and RMON, make the EZ Card(TM) 1000 an ideal choice for bringing Gigabit connectivity to today's high-performance workstations.
Implementing IAPC or Wake-on-LAN functionality requires special power regulator circuitry, because when a PC goes into sleep mode, it turns off its main 5V power rail to conserve power.
Utilizing 1000Base-SX multimode fiber cable, the adapter provides 2Gbps of network bandwidth at 32- or 64-bit data transfer rates with an advanced feature set that includes full-duplex, flow control and auto-negotiation support, Intelligent Interrupt Management, IP Checksum Offloading, Jumbo Frame support, Quality of Service, VLAN, Wake-on-LAN, and ACPI support functions.
A flexible address filtering block provides VLAN frame detection, and the optional remote monitoring (RMON) and power management blocks support Magic Packet and Wake-on-LAN.
Marvell's Alaska Ultra transceiver is the first and only Gigabit Ethernet over copper device to support advanced power management modes, including support for Wake-on-LAN, reducing power consumption to near zero (less than 5 mW).