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Sorry if this question is a little bit dumb, but I tried unsuccessfully to issue the init 0 command from the console (it does nothing).
How does Zyxel shutdown the NSA from the browser? I would like to be able to accomplish this without having to use a browser, just an ssh session.
Thanks for your help Mijzelf, it worked like a charm.
On the other hand, I was wondering if there is an easy way to wake up the nsa220plus (besides pressing the ON button), since it has the ability to wake up on a schedule.
I tried waking it up using the WOL packet but it seems that the network interface is not capable to turn on the device.
I am guessing that maybe a 3.3V pulse somewhere must do the trick. Any advice on this topic would be very appreciated.
Last edited by zavala (2011-02-02 16:50:18)
The 220+ can automatically power-on after power-loss, AFAIK. So you can switch it on by powercycling it. Further the powerbutton is connected to a GPIO pin of the SoC. So I suppose it does nothing more than shorting a 3.3V line to that SoC pin. This means that you could also provide that 3.3V yourself. I'm not sure about this. I don't know if it's the SoC who switches on the box, or if there is some dedicated hardware. The 'normal' poweroff by the button is handled by the SoC.