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    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      One last whack-on-lan change: · 73291edf
      Mike Hibler authored
      Put iface arg first so that remaining arguments can be multiple mac addrs.
      Send one packet per mac addr.
      73291edf
    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      Still more whack-on-lan support. · 1b6ffcd7
      Mike Hibler authored
      1b6ffcd7
    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      More whack-on-lan support · 1694deed
      Mike Hibler authored
      1694deed
    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      Add whack-on-lan power cycle module. · d9d8a58e
      Mike Hibler authored
      To enable WhOL, you need to add outlets table entries for nodes which are
      whol-enabled.  The power_id encodes the interface on boss to use:
      
      +---------+-----------+--------+----------------+
      | node_id | power_id  | outlet | last_power     |
      +---------+-----------+--------+----------------+
      | pcwf6   | whol-fxp0 |      0 | 20050318152119 |
      +---------+-----------+--------+----------------+
      
      You then need interfaces and wires table entries for that interface on
      boss, so that snmpit works with syntax like "boss:1".  This is probably not
      really needed once the VLAN has been setup.
      
      You need a magic VLAN called "WhOL", I used VLAN 999.  Add it to all the
      switches and trunks.  Put boss's port in it.  It will remain there, enabled,
      forever.
      
      In the interfaces table entry for every interface that supports WhOL,
      you need to set the 'whol' field to 1.
      d9d8a58e
    • Mike Hibler's avatar
      Add -q 'quiet' option so it doesn't spew so much information. · 03eb87ad
      Mike Hibler authored
      Used in the power_whol module.
      03eb87ad