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Trigger Wake On Lan plugin


Sirhideo

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Hi, I have installed WOL from plugin panel and it works fine when I click on the button.  However, I cannot find the plugin on block/magic scene as action.  Is it possible to do as simply as if sensor breached then TurnOn wake on lan plugin?

 

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59 minutes ago, Sirhideo said:

Hi, I have installed WOL from plugin panel and it works fine when I click on the button.  However, I cannot find the plugin on block/magic scene as action.  Is it possible to do as simply as if sensor breached then TurnOn wake on lan plugin?

 

Thanks!

I think it is possible in Lua only. See the

 

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Hello,

 

Could you please help with identifying the WOL plug in ID, to be inserted into the LUA scene? It is not visible ( SW version 4.150) when the device is opened on any tab (general/advanced)...

 

Thank you in advance

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Just go to your new LUA Scene, and navigate using top left panel to your device (WOL device). Then you should be able to see it's device ID, as @

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Hi,

 

Got it as well by accidentally checking the info at the left bottom.. But unfortunately it does not work. WOL VD created from the WOL plugin and it works perfectly (for years) when the button is pressed. I added it to a simple LUA scene that turns several devices on at the same time. The WOL VD device controls a Synology NAS server.  

Now when the scene is executed the Synology LEDs blink swiftly (logically meaning that the device ID is correct) but it does not turn on. Other devices are turning on correctly. The bad thing is that after that the Synology can not be powered up with the VD button anymore... The problem solved by turning the NAS manually on and off. Works again with the VD button but once the scene is executed -  again even the VD becomes irresponsive..  I used the fibaro:call(192, "turnOn"); 

 

Any idea what might be the issue?

 

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Hello,

I have added "Wake on Lan" device do my Fibaro system.

It gets ID: 995

Then I have added scene "Wake on Lan TV" with declarations:

{}
 

and Actions:

fibaro:call(995"turnOn")
 

When I tried to run the scene I get response:

[2024-02-08] [17:55:38] [ERROR] [SCENE290]: (load):1: Assertion failed: Expected string

 

Anyone has a clue what I am missing?

 

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Under scene Action try:

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Thanks for this clever tool, I didn't know it existed. One thing to be aware of, the home centre needs to be on the same broadcast domain (vlan) as the device you are trying to wake up.

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