[Beowulf] S2466 Wake on Lan working, anyone?
mathog at mendel.bio.caltech.edu
Tue Feb 22 12:23:45 PST 2005
Does _anybody_ have wake on lan working with Tyan's S2466
I know this has been asked before but hopefully
since the last time around somebody has made it work.
I tried putting:
options 3c59x enable_wol=1
in /etc/modprobe.conf then did poweroff. This modified from
the instructions here (URL may wrap):
Unfortunately a subsequent
ether-wake -D -i eth1 00:e0:81:22:ba:84 (also with -b)
did nothing. The ethernet activity light is blinking on the powered
off node, so there is at least power to the (on board) NIC.
/var/log/messages shows these possibly relevant lines:
Feb 22 11:55:04 monkey04 kernel: PCI: PCI BIOS revision 2.10 entry at
0xfd7d0, last bus=2
Feb 22 11:55:04 monkey04 kernel: 0000:02:08.0: 3Com PCI 3c905C Tornado
at 0x2000. Vers LK1.1.19
Now as I understand it PCI 2.1 requires a header cable for WOL.
The little blue Tyan user's manual does not indicate the location
of such a header. It could be on J12 I suppose, since half the
pins there are not documented. The book does document a
LAN disable header which describes the on board ethernet
as "3COM 3C905C." The little blue book also says that the board
is a PCI 2.2 spec, and 2.2 doesn't require such a header. In any
case as far as the PCI version goes there's some discrepancy
between what is showing up in messages and what Tyan has documented.
The BIOS appears not to have a WOL entry that can be turned on/off
or a password set.
mathog at caltech.edu
Manager, Sequence Analysis Facility, Biology Division, Caltech
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