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I have an iMac running Mojave. I have noticed that when the system goes to sleep after 10 minutes, it goes offline in TeamViewer console.
I have tried to enabling Wake On Lan under preferences > network > Wake for network access.
I also set up a no-ip account to point to my network using dynamic DNS.
I use an eero for my home router and I set up a port forwarding rule on my eero to redirect traffic on port 6969 to my iMac on port 6969.
In TeamViewer Preferences, I went to General > Wake-on-Lan and clicked the Configure Button.
In there I chose "Public Address" from the dropdown and entered my no-ip address in the address field (xxxx.ddns.net) and entered 6969 in the port field.
Now when my mac is asleep, I see the power button next to it in the teamviewer console, but pressing it, doesnt wake my mac.
Whats weird, is that I used to have a Mac Mini (up until last week), and It used to go to sleep and I dont recall having to jump through any of these hoops to make it available in TeamViewer.
Any help woudl be greatly appreciated!
Hi all ...
Nearly the same here: High Sierra and now Mojave
I'm always getting an "WaitForConnectionError"
My iMac is shown in the network-list of my fritz.box
It is also shown in TeamViewer as "online"
What's going wrong?!?