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Post time 2022-07-13 23:43:00 | Show all posts |Read mode
Edited by rmilance at 2022-07-13 23:44

Its possible sharing dual port ethernet in power off pc, adapter alimentation power on ? Led not blinking...
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Post time 2022-07-14 17:53:35 | Show all posts
Hello there,

Do you have two PC ?
If one PC is turned off, you cannot share the dual por ethernet.
Any questions, please let us know.

Best regards,
George
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 Author| Post time 2022-07-14 22:26:21 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Hello, On old pc's I always saw that there was a signal led that blinked with the power on, but I never had a dual ethernet port to try, so I thought it might work as a router. I would like to connect the GtKingPro with the GTR5 turned off. Thanks
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 Author| Post time 2022-07-14 22:53:10 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
After all, it is logical that the ports are active if the power supply is turned on, how would wake on lan work?
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 Author| Post time 2022-07-24 12:58:53 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Advanced Configuration Power management Interface (ACPI)—power management for modern operating systems that are capable of Operating System-directed Power Management (OSPM)—is supported to achieve the most efficient power management possible. PCI MSI (Message Signaled Interrupt) and MSI-X are also supported.  In addition to the ACPI feature, remote wake-up (including AMD Magic Packet and Microsoft Wake-Up Frame) is supported in both ACPI and APM (Advanced Power Management) environments. To support WOL from a deep power down state (e.g., D3cold, i.e., main power is off and only auxiliary exists), the auxiliary power source must be able to provide the needed power for the RTL8125BG/RTL8125BGS. To further reduce power consumption, the RTL8125BG/RTL8125BGS also supports PCIe L1 substate L1.1 and L1.2.  The RTL8125BG/RTL8125BGS supports ‘RealWoW!’ technology that enables remote wake-up of a sleeping PC through the Internet. This feature allows PCs to reduce power consumption by remaining in low power sleeping state until needed.  Note: The ‘RealWoW!’ service requires registration on first time use.  The RTL8125BG/RTL8125BGS supports Protocol offload. It offloads some of the most common protocols to NIC hardware in order to prevent spurious Wake-Up and further reduce power consumption. The RTL8125BG/RTL8125BGS can offload ARP (IPv4) and NS (IPv6) protocols while in the D3 power saving state.
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Post time 2022-07-26 15:07:26 | Show all posts
To have ports do anything more than just receive wake up call (magic packets) you need them to be:
- be a part of a switch (those are not being separate two network cards)
- have another chipset behind them that act as a router (there is none)
- have the whole infrastructure to keep those things set up and configurable (there is none)
So what you would like to do requires just a running operating system that can do a network switch (called a bridge in this case in Windows) or router - so a system running at full speed.

Why Wake-on-Lan is easy but not the other stuff?
WoL to run need just to look for simple pattern and if it matches - to send an interrupt to the rest of the system to wake it up.
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