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Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
I have checked specifications for your current Intel® NUC.
I do not see wake up from Wi-Fi support. This would be for LAN only.
Please check LAN and Wi-Fi specifications attachment
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I do not believe that the M.2 interfaces (one of which is used for the AC-8260 card) can be powered while in S5. If this is at all possible, the only way (that I can think of) would be using a USB-based wireless solution (the NUC's USB interfaces can be configured to stay powered in S5).
Hope this helps,
Thanks a lot to both of you!
I'm really surprised of your profound input. Didn't expect that, to be honest.
Sad thing, it will not work after all, but that's all right.
No problem. Wake-on-Wireless has been a problem child for years. As a matter of fact, wireless support was dropped from the original USB 3.0 industry specification because, at the time, they couldn't resolve all the (wake-related) problems...
Hey. How did you manage to make it work in S3?
I have wake on lan enabled for the wifi device in device manager, yet it is does not power on the device.
I confirmed WOL to be working properly through LAN - router is asus ac68u