wap4410n wap2000 poe

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Jan 13th, 2010

Dear All.

I've genereal question about pairs used to power up(using PoE) the cisco small businness APs:

- WAP200

- WAP2000

- WAP4410n

I know that all of them are 802.3af compatible, but is it also possible to power them up using passive poe injectors?

If it is what pairs should be used?

Thanks,

Lukasz

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jasbryan Wed, 01/20/2010 - 05:37

The devices use standard 802.3af poe, chart below should help

802.3af Standards A and B
PINS on Switch    10/100 DC on Spares       10/100 Mixed DC & Data       1000 Gigabit DC & Bi-Data   
Pin 1Rx +Rx +             DC +TxRx A +             DC +
Pin 2Rx -Rx -              DC +TxRx A -              DC +
Pin 3Tx +Tx +             DC -TxRx B +             DC -
Pin 4DC +unusedTxRx C +
Pin 5DC +unusedTxRx C -
Pin 6Tx -Tx -             DC -TxRx B -             DC -
Pin 7DC -unusedTxRx D +
Pin 8DC -unusedTxRx D -


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_over_Ethernet

Tibor Kiss Tue, 06/29/2010 - 05:18

Hi,

What kind of power injector are you offer for  wap200? I understand that the IEEE 802.3af Power Injectors are the good  solutions, but can you give me a model number? I don't want to use or  offer for the customer a non-cisco type power injector... I prefer linksys  or cisco.

Unfortunately WAPPOE and WAPPOE 12 are EOL.

Thank you very much!

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