He's asking about PoE Plus - ieee 802.3at (not .af).
The 1250 doesn't *require* 802.3at. In fact, with 2 radios, it only requires a little more power (~18W) than .af provides. Cisco will be modifying, via software, the max per-port output to satisfy the 1250's requirements. This has been confirmed for the E series cat 3650 and 3750 switches and will probably wind up on the non-E series boxes. We should also see it on the cat 4500 and the cat 6500. The extra output will change your power budget but we'll have to wat for release notes for exact figures.
So, what is the plan for the switches which I have (3750G-48 PS)? Will they be able to fully power the 1252 APs in 802.11n mode? What will the modification require (software or hardware)? What will the heating effect of these switches be when/if they are powering the 1252 APs in N mode?
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