Hi All, i'm not yet developing into AMT, but just playing around AMT configuration of my simple system.i have these working properly now:
home PC --> router --> ADSL modem --> physical phone line --> internet <--office network <-- office PC
i don't have TLS so in RealVNC+ i'm just using no encryption. port 9 is open for Wake-On-LAN via internet, ports 16992-16995 is open too. all those ports are open in win7 firewall as well. the router is configured as an AccessPoint so I port forward those ports to the PC with AMT (let's say it is 192.168.1.100). I have also made the .100 PC DMZ'ed. The ADSL also port forwards all those ports to the .100 PC. the ADSL is configured to give static DHCP .100 to a specified MAC address (which is the same .100 PC). my AMT config is shared with host, wait 3mins before power down, set for On in S0, ME Wake in S3, S4-5.
so, everything is working with RealVNC+ in the office. I can power up remotely using WOL via internet magic packets sent to MAC address in my FQDN. i know it is on, because i can see the MEBx webUI of my FQDN:16992. I can connect to my Home PC with KVM, power it down, power it on again without problems. I know the home PC is powering down/up because I can see my personal website (I had IIS configured to display simple html) or not see the webpage (as the case maybe when i turn it off via KVM)
the problem begins when during KVM i decide to make the home PC sleep (S3/S4/S5). I check my website and indeed it is down. so i send WOL magic packet and in a few minutes, I can see my website back up again. however, MEBx port is closed. I can tell because FQDN:16992 is unreachable. How can this be? my PC is on but MEBx is off? how come shutdown/power up is ok? Is there anyone who knows about a solution for this? anyone who has the same set up as mine can try and confirm SLEEP to WAKE is problematic?
i'm using IMB-850-L motherboard by Asrock (it is Q87), running latest drivers, AMT 9.0. I have a FSP power supply (Raider 550W 80+ bronze) that supports i7 socket 1150 S6/S7 sleep state if that could be a problem?
right now i can live with not using sleep (costs money anyway, however small) :D but it just bugs me that I could hit that sleep in different places in win7 that I could not recover from :( remotely speaking, that is.
thanks for any information