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4503 with SupII + TS

I have a 4503 with a SupII+TS w/12 POE ports. While connecting some AP's to this switch, only 10 of the 11 AP's are receiving power, with the 11th port showing power-deny status. Is there any way to get this last AP to power up (short of using a POE injector), or am I limited by the capabilites of the supervisor module?

Module 1 Inline Power Supply: Available:175(w)  Used:171(w)  Remaining:4(w)

Interface Admin  Oper            Power(Watts)     Device              Class
                            From PS    To Device
--------- ------ ---------- ---------- ---------- ------------------- -----

Gi1/1     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/2     auto   power-deny 0.0        0.0        n/a                 n/a
Gi1/3     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/4     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/5     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/6     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/7     auto   off        0.0        0.0        CTS-CODEC-EX90      n/a
Gi1/8     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/9     auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/10    auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/11    auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
Gi1/12    auto   on         17.1       15.4       Ieee PD             3
--------- ------ ---------- ---------- ---------- ------------------- -----

Totals:          10   on    171.1      154.0

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Hi, Based on that output, the

Hi,

 

Based on that output, the total power available is 175w and the remaining amount is just 4w, therefore there is no way to power up any other AP.

 

 

Hope this helps.

Hey,You  may use an external

Hey,

You  may use an external power injector to power this last AP, you should be good with that.

HTH.

Regards,

RS.

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