We would like to mention that support for Wake on Wireless LAN is platform dependent, you should always check with the Computer Manufacturer Support to confirm if your PC supports WOWLAN, and how to enable it.
Once you confirm with the PC manufacturer if this is supported, you can try the following steps:
- Disable the option "Only Allow a magic packet to wake the computer", reboot the PC and check if WOWLAN works after this.
- Update the PC BIOS, as well as any drivers recommended by the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer).
- Download Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software and Drivers for Windows® 10 and install the most recent version 18.40.0.
Hi Jonathan, my apologies for the late response.
I have the latest PROSet drivers (18.40) installed as well as the latest BIOS for my computer. I did try disabling Magic Packets, but it didn't make a difference.
No problem waking up the computer on LAN, but wireless just isn't working. I'm not too concerned though as I've realized the only time I'll need to wake it up from the phone is when it's plugged in to the LAN.
It's just strange how I'm unable to get it to work despite the wireless card supporting the function. If Lenovo for some reason disabled it, what specifically would they have done to disable it?
In this case, we would suggest you to check with Lenovo Support: Home - Lenovo Support (US). They will be able to let you know if your PC was designed to use Wake on Wireless LAN, or if there is any way you can enable this feature.
Please take into consideration that the Wireless adapter is only one of the components involved in the WoWLAN process. The whole computer has to be capable to do this, otherwise, it will not work.