We have a Cisco 7937G Conference Station Phone that will not power-on. I don't believe that the device was ever even used since it still had the protective plastic on the screens and what not and still in the box. But my Company had already purchased the device before I started here, so I'm not positive that it was never used... So I was asked to setup a new conference phone for a room and when I tried plugging the Ethernet Cable into the 7937, nothing happened.
I know the port has working POE cause I plugged a few different 7941's into the same one and they powered on just fine. I also tried using the power adapter/converter thing that connects to an ethernet cable and then you can connect a CUBE-3 power AC/DC adapter and that did not power on the device either. After trying quite a few different cables, ports and adapters I still had no luck. So I decided to open it up and see if I could see if anything had burned out internally.
So when I opened up the Conference phone and exposed the guts I did not see any burn marks, etc... But I connected the ethernet cable and let it stay plugged in for a few minutes. When I went back to the device, I noticed the large silver metal plate on the main circuit board was warm/hot to the touch. This led me to believe that the device was receiving power.
Next, while the 7937 was still connected I went to the router to check the status of the port which showed as notconnected. I then checked the inline power for that port and it was in fact using power... Strange!
Can anyone think of anything else I could do to see what could be happening that would cause the device to consume power, but not turn on the LCD or establish a network connection?
Any thoughts or suggestions would be much appreciated.
No, the device has got to be at least 5+ years old and since I've been here, 3+ years now, I know it hasn't been covered at all during that time so I'm assuming if we did have coverage on it when we first got it that it has lapsed a LONG time ago...
Yea, I was just hoping there might have been a known problem that I might have been able to fix myself. It seems like everything internally looks good, doesn't look like anything had "fried" interally so I'm not sure what is going on with it. The strange thing though is that it IS consuming power but I get a blank screen and the 4510R Switch is saying "notconnect" for that Interface's status. But the show power inline Gi9/22 detail command shows the following:
-------------------------------------------------------------- #show power inline Gi9/22 detail Available:2878(w) Used:1010(w) Remaining:1868(w)
Interface: Gi9/22 Inline Power Mode: auto Operational status: on Device Detected: yes Device Type: Ieee PD IEEE Class: 3 Discovery mechanism used/configured: Ieee and Cisco Police: off
Power Allocated Admin Value: 15.4 Power drawn from the source: 17.3 Power available to the device: 15.4
Actual consumption Measured at the port: 0.0 Maximum Power drawn by the device since powered on: 0.0
Absent Counter: 0 Over Current Counter: 0 Short Current Counter: 0 Invalid Signature Counter: 0 Power Denied Counter: 0
Power Negotiation Used: None LLDP Power Negotiation --Sent to PD-- --Rcvd from PD-- Power Type: - - Power Source: - - Power Priority: - - Requested Power(W): - - Allocated Power(W): - -
Four-Pair PoE Supported: No Spare Pair Power Enabled: No Four-Pair PD Architecture: N/A
-------------------------------------------------------------- #show int Gi 9/22 status
Port Name Status Vlan Duplex Speed Type Gi9/22 notconnect 114 auto auto 10/100/1000-TX --------------------------------------------------------------
But hopefully I can figure something out and get this working... Seems like a waste if I can't... Anyway, thanks again for the reply.
Symptom: CP-7937 does not power-on when PoE switch is configure with 10.499 Watt by 'power inline static max 10499' on PoE switch. Other IP phones can power-up with 10.499 Watt. This symptom is also observed with 7 Watt.
Cool, thanks for looking into those bugs for me, much appreciated.
I assume the workaround for the one about powering off while in the middle of a firmware update, I won't be able to do since I cannot see or get to anything on the screen in order to disable DHCP and configure network settings manually. And for the one about POE and setting to static inline power on the switch, I assume since the port is set with auto, that one probably doesn't apply either...
Yea, I'll give plugging directly into the switch a try and I'll let you know what happens... Good idea.
As for the power CUBE and adapter. I found one of the Ethernet to Power Cord adapter things lying around but I'm not sure it's working properly since nothing happened when I connected it to the 7937. I had also plugged a 7941 into the 'Ethernet to Power cord adapter' and then plugged the AC cord/plug into the adapter but it wouldn't power on either. But if I plugged the AC cord directly into the 7941 without the Ethernet to Power Cord adapter and it turned on just fine. So it's possible the ONLY one of those adapters I could find isn't working, I thought we had more somewhere but I couldn't find em...
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