wap4410n wap2000 poe

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Jan 13th, 2010
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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?



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


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