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  1. Hi Guys, I have probably found an incompatibility in the WOL protocol of the Emby Android app. Shortly to my server: - Debian 9 64Bit (OpenMediaVault 4.0) with Docker Engine - 1x 1Gbit ETH-Port (ASrock H110M-DVS with RTL8111 NIC) - Emby as an official docker container I captured the WoL packages from the Android Emby App with Wireshark. I noticed that Emby sends only one type of WOL packages. As far as I know, there are some methods which are slightly different for WAN or LAN. To create the packages I use in the example a tool from the Win10 Store (Name: MagicPacket). I do not want to post any of my MAC addresses here, so I'm just attaching a picture to it, not the pcap Green Frame: What my WOL tool sends Purple Area: The specific package that makes my server start. Red Frame: What the Emby App sends I also noticed that the Emby app sends a WOL to two MAC addresses, which are not in my network at all. Although I usually have my server on, but I would like to point out the issue, since Emby should support WoL.
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