Wake on LAN
Wake on LAN (WoL) allows you to remotely turn on a device on the network, such as a computer, storage device or media server. To use this feature, the remote hardware (for example the network adapter on a computer) must support Wake on LAN using the ‘Magic Packet’ method.
You need to know the MAC address of the LAN device. It may be on a label on the LAN device.
Click Network Setting > Home Networking > Wake on LAN to open this screen.
Network Setting > Home Networking > Wake on LAN
The following table describes the labels in this screen.
Network Setting > Home Networking > Wake on LAN 
Label
Description
Wake by Address
Select Manual and enter the IP address or MAC address of the LAN device to turn it on remotely. The drop-down list also lists the IP addresses that can be found in the Zyxel Device’s ARP table. If you select an IP address, the MAC address of the LAN device with the selected IP address then displays in the MAC Address field.
IP Address
Enter the IPv4 IP address of the LAN device to turn it on.
This field is not available if you select an IP address in the Wake by Address field.
MAC Address
Enter the MAC address of the LAN device to turn it on. A MAC address consists of six hexadecimal character pairs.
Wake Up
Click this to send a WoL magic packet to wake up the specified LAN device.