I have had situations where the switch has turned up inline power with no PoE device on the other end. I suspect that this is due to cross compatibility issues wit Cisco native power provisioning algorythm and 802.af standard.
Cisco reccomends dissabling power in interfaces that are know not to have an PoE cappable device attached.
that's what I ended up putting in there, but that kind of shoots me if somebody ends up putting a 7960 or 7970 in there later. I just was wondering if anybody else had seen it and what it was from. Thanks!
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