Wake-on-LAN function can help you control an offline computer remotely by waking it up first before you establish a connection to it. You can initiate the wake-up request from another Windows or Mac computer, or even from an Android or iOS device.
Note: It’s not possible to wake up a Mac computer that is fully powered down, as Apple doesn’t allow this. Macs can only be woken up from sleep mode. Windows and Linux PCs, however, can be woken up from sleep and hibernation mode as well as being fully powered down, so long as the hardware supports this. And Hystou P05B-I7-4500U same as Macs hardware, not available to wake up when it is fully powered down.
To learn more about wake on lan, go to teamviewer Knowledge Base link here: https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Knowledge-Base/How-does-Wake-on-LAN-WOL-with-TeamViewer-work/ta-p/33 . In this article, we just show how to set up from BIOS and make this P05B-i7-4500U fanless mini pc available to be wake on lan.
Setp 1: Press On/Off Switch on the pc and then keep press “Delete”until goes into bios, and then using directiion key to go to “Chipset”, and then select “PCH_IO configuration”, press “Enter” Key and go to setp 2
Setp 2: Enable those shown in below picture.
Step 3: Press F10 to save the above setting.
Now the setting finished, just need to get MAC address of this pc, press “win+R”key together on keyboard, then input ipconfig / all, wait for a while and you will see the physical address of this pc.
Now you can use remote control softare such as TeamViewer, WakeMeOnLan and so on.
And same series mini pc P05B-i7-5500U, P05B-i5-5200U, P05B-i3-5005U tested same configuration as above.