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AP 1130 question about All radios disabled -LOW_POWER_CLASSIC_NO_INJECTOR_CONFIGURED WS-C2950G-48-EI

Hi everyone:

    In my WLC, I found a trouble about one of my 1130AP. the issue follows" LOW_POWER_CLASSIC_NO_INJECTOR_CONFIGURED WS-C2950-48-EI". so I checked the doucment about this issue. however, the doucment gives me the description of issue " CDP_PD-2-POWER_LOW: All radios disabled-LOW_POWER_CLASSIC_NO_INJECTOR_CONFIGURED" on Access point. As that troubleshooting step I did, but it is useless.

    Further to the response from doucment. Is it imperative that I disable CDP on the switch? if it is not, how to solve it.

   Thanks

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Re: AP 1130 question about All radios disabled -LOW_POWER_CLASSI

Go to Wireless > All APs > AP of your choice > Advanced tab

Under "Power Over Ethernet Settings" put a tick on Power Injector State and enter the MAC address of the port of the 2950 switch and click Apply.

Please don't forget to rate useful posts.  Thanks.

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: AP 1130 question about All radios disabled -LOW_POWER_CLASSI

Go to Wireless > All APs > AP of your choice > Advanced tab

Under "Power Over Ethernet Settings" put a tick on Power Injector State and enter the MAC address of the port of the 2950 switch and click Apply.

Please don't forget to rate useful posts.  Thanks.

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Re: AP 1130 question about All radios disabled -LOW_POWER_CLASSI

Hi Leo

    I will try it. I won't forget to give u a rate useful posts. LOL

   Thanks

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Re: AP 1130 question about All radios disabled -LOW_POWER_CLASSI

Hi Leo

    Maybe your environment is built on WLC. but I am using a AP and not a L-AP. so i did not find any option which you mention me in AP operation web.

but your thinking is right.

   I typed the command: power inline negotiation injection MAC" MAC means the port of the switch that connects AP.

   I just want to know why I have to type this command, I have never ever typed this command. and I did not find any feature about this command. and CIsco's document doest not mention.

  Thanks you again

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