We have two WS-X6348 48-port RJ-45 power-over-ethernet (POE) cards in our 6509 switch. We do not need to use these cards for POE. Can they be used for non-POE devices without any problem? Does the card have to be configured as such? We are worried about damaging equipment (non-POE device, the WS-X6348 card or the 6509 chasiss itself).
You could certainly use this command to turn off power capabilities to a switch port. It's not necessary in your scenario as the switch will not supply power to a device that does not need power, but it wouldn't hurt anything.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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