I have an interesting issue. I am running a 4500 with 1300W power supplies. We have IP Cameras and Cisco APs being powered by this switch. I have one AP that will not power up. It powers up with an A/C adapter just fine. I took the AP to another POE switch and it powered up just fine. So, I was thinking it was a PoE issue.
So, I am just trying to figure out why the switch won't power up this AP. Now, I do have an injector so, I have a work around but I am wanting to understand whey the switch appears to be giving me conflicting information. Either that, or I am not understand the output of the sh power commands correctly.
yeah, I knew I was getting close. I just threw in an external injector. What I was trying to figure out was the "safety measure" that you referred to. I really didn't see any documentation on it and was just looking for a verification.
In the meantime, I was trying to squeeze out 15 watts and couldn't do it. I put two 1300s into combined mode and still got no power, which kind of suprised me because I was expecting or hoping that doing so would give me the needed extra 15 watts.
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