I am having troubles getting my GA-P55A-UD3 (using the on board LAN controller) to WOL using magic packets. I am trying to wake it via my android phone over the internet (not LAN). With my current settings and using a packet sniffer, the PC seems to be receiving 100% of the packets I send from the phone. At first the PC would only wake from sleep (I'd like to it wake from hibernate), but now it won't even wake from sleep. I am starting to think maybe I have a hardware problem but I'd like a second opinion. So far I have: -Checked "Allow the computer to turn this device off to save power" (required in order to check the following: ), "Allow this device to wake the computer" and "Only allow a magic packet to wake this computer". All found under my LAN controller properties under the Power Management tab. -Enabled the "Wake on Magic Packet" property under the advanced tab of my controller properties. -Forwarded port 9 in my router to my PCs internal IP and set a static IP for my PC in my network. -Set an exception for port 9 in Windows Firewall.* -Started the Windows service "Simple TCP/IP services" * -Enabled WOL and S3 states in my Power saving features in BIOS (I forget exactly what they are called, but something to that effect.) * Recommended from a few sites when googling the problem. If I deselect "Only allow a magic packet to wake this computer" under my LAN controller properties under the Power Management tab, The PC will wake from sleep or hibernate when I send a packet, but of course with this setup the computer also wakes randomly whenever there is network activity, which won't do. Thoughts?